Metaverse Platform Hiber Releases NFT Gallery

Anyone can visually tour more than 70 celebrity wallets, including those belonging to Kevin Hart, Justin Bieber, DJ Khaled, Madonna, and Snoop Dogg

Gothenburg, Sweden June 21, 2022 – Hiber, a platform transforming any website into an interconnected metaverse presence, today announced the release of its NFT Gallery, a tool which allows anyone to view their NFT collections in the metaverse using any device with a web browser. The new feature will provide the opportunity for owners to see any NFTs in their possession in one place.

The new gallery enables users to enter any Ethereum wallet address containing NFTs to, where Hiber’s technology will procedurally generate a 3D art gallery in the metaverse within a matter of seconds. Users​ can then explore the gallery in an avatar form, while accessing their NFTs to learn more about them, which can also be viewed on Opensea. The custom gallery URL can subsequently be shared and used by anyone and shared  across social media.

To demonstrate the power of this tool, Hiber has identified more than 70 wallet addresses belonging to A-List celebrities, including those owned by Kevin Hart, Justin Bieber, DJ Khaled, Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow, Post Malone, Paris Hilton, Mike Tyson, and Snoop Dogg, and has generated galleries of some of the most sought after NFT collections in the world. For anyone who has ever wanted to peruse NFT collections belonging to massive Hollywood stars, the chance is now here. The celebrity galleries can be accessed here.

Michael Yngfors, CEO and Co-Founder of Hiber shared his insights on the NFT Gallery, commenting: “We take great pride in creating a means whereby users can fully tap into NFT wallets in a way that hasn’t been done before.” He further added, “With the celebrity addresses that we have added to the gallery, fans now have the opportunity to be part of the experience of being able to see the NFTs that their idols own.”

The Gallery is not in any way endorsed in any way by any of the celebrities that own the wallets, but simply serves to illustrate the open nature of both Web3 and blockchain technology, where anyone can tour a celebrity’s gallery for free.