Two Coinbase Employees Get Married on Ethereum Blockchain by CoinQuora


Two Coinbase Employees Get Married on Ethereum Blockchain

Two Coinbase employees get married on the ETH blockchain. Peter composed an ETH smart contract called Tabaat. It takes around $ 537 to tokenize a marriage contract. The ceremony took 4 minutes to be verified by the ETH network. Coinbase employees Rebecca Rose and Peter Kacherginsky, the leading US-based cryptocurrency exchange, used blockchain to legally marry. On April 2, a Twitter post from Rebecca Rose announced that the couple had married on March 14. In addition to a legendary Jewish wedding ceremony, Kacherginsky composed an Ethereum smart contract called Tabaat that issued non-fungible tokenized “ring” (NFT) tokens in the form of TBT tokens into couples’ wallets. Tabaat is the Hebrew word for ring. Also, … This article was first published on Continue reading on CoinQuora

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