Utherverse to launch hyper-realistic virtual fashion show next year

Utherverse has announced plans to organize a hyper-realistic virtual fashion show in the metaverse next year.

The announcement came in the form of a video portraying models walking down the runway dressed in the latest styles to show the company’s commitment to producing the next-generation Utherverse platform. Its beta version will be released in early 2023.

“Utherverse has created a virtual reality platform that rivals the real world in terms of its level of detail and the quality of animation,” Brian Shuster, founder and CEO of Utherverse, said.

“Fashion will play a huge role in the metaverse, and users will flock to their favorite designers just as they do in the real world.”

In the Utherverse, the most recent fashions will be accessible as functional NFTs (fNFTs), which can be used throughout its ecosystem. While NFTs of artwork or collectibles can be replicated, fNFTs cannot be copied or attached to avatars unless they are authentic.

Utherverse’s recent partnerships

Earlier this month, Utherverse announced a partnership with Tokensoft. As part of the deal, Tokensoft will facilitate the first and second pre-sale rounds of the Uther Coin ($UTHX), the primary token for transactions on the next-generation Utherverse platform.

“Tokensoft has proven itself a credible resource for IDOs that delivers on its promises, and the recent launch of its Web3-enabled platform makes it one of the strongest performers out there,” Shuster said.

The platform is awaiting a response to $UTHX from their international community. Shuster believes the Utherverse will significantly change the digital world when it launches, and its coin will rank among the best performers.

A pre-sale of the Uther coin for consumers outside of the United States and Canada began on December 1. To register for the sale, investors can go to therverse.io/UTHX.

In September, Utherverse inked another exclusive deal with Idols, a celebrity-fan experience platform. Idols now has special rights to use the Utherverse IP and patents to reach agreements with companies, brands and celebrities to establish the authentic licensed metaverse.

Celebrities who join Idols will either have their own metaverse in the Utherverse or be a part of other Idols metaverses, where they interact with fans using the Idol tokens or their own fan tokens. Fans can engage with celebrities and purchase exclusive virtual merchandise through virtual concerts, backstage access, after-parties and premieres.

Shuster explained that the collaboration is a “natural marriage” between the celebrity-based platform Idols and Utherverse. He added that Idols’ celebrity-driven virtual world provides fans with exclusive and personal experiences unavailable in a non-virtual environment.

More about Utherverse

Utherverse is a metaverse platform that hosts interconnected virtual worlds that offer hyper-realistic immersive experiences to help corporations market and commercialize products and services.

Utherverse generates revenue through personalized metaverse building services, NFTs and operating in various business verticals, including marketing or advertising, shopping or retail, workshops or conventions, education, dating, lifestyle, entertainment events or performances, VIP experiences and virtual offices.

Based in British Columbia, Canada, Shuster founded Utherverse in 2005. The platform has served over 50 million users and processed over 32 billion virtual commerce transactions.