Welcome to Oasis. The world created by the pen of Ernest Cline in 2011 and brought to the screen by Spielberg in 2018 was certainly an inspiration for The Nemesis even if virtual reality equipment is not required to connect, just the app on the smartphone. The proposed metaverse experience aims to be as complete as possible: games, social networks, shops, art exhibitions, events, including moving around, interacting and shopping with your avatar. And now The Nemesis is ready to host the NFTs Expo, the first virtual and completely free conference on Non Fungible Tokens set in a video game, on stage today and tomorrow. The hype around NFTs, despite numerous announcements of bubbles ready to burst, shows no signs of abating. The way the Expo is organized on The Nemesis adds an extra layer. In fact, the participants are not passive spectators, but can be really protagonists thanks to their avatar, go around the Expo – a metaverse based on the real structures of the Dubai Expo – talk to the speakers of the conference and also to each other, answer surveys, ask questions. Furthermore, it will be possible to visit the exhibition of digital works in a virtual museum, interacting with the artists and voting for your favorite works. The Expo lasts two days, June 3 and 4, is organized in collaboration with The Cryptonomist, one of the reference points of online information on the crypto and blockchain world, and involves companies, speakers and projects from all over the world. guest of honor the artist Giovanni Motta, present with his famous JonnyBoy, the “digital inner child” who is depopulating on SuperRare, a platform for buying and selling digital art in the form of NFT. And Federico Morgantini, pioneer of the digital world, entrepreneur and columnist for Forbes, and Amelia Tomasicchio, co-founder and director of The Cryptonomist. And even if figurative art is the heart of this Expo, it will not be just that. Music, with the historic producer of the English electropunk band The Prodigy Neil McLellan, cryptocurrency experts such as Jurgen Hoebart and Abasa Philips, the researcher on the relationship between privacy and digital identity Roxana Nasoi. Cosmopolitan and quite diversified panel, even if, as Amelia Tomasicchio has repeatedly reiterated, on the blockchain there are no genders and ethnicities. crypto and blockchain. The avatars of the participants move in a gamified space to the maximum, where there is no shortage of challenges and prizes in video game mode, some open only to artists, others also to spectators. Virtual races where the prize is very real: Ethereum is won. The NFT Race, for example, is a contest between the artists on display, whose works can be voted and awarded. There is also a treasure hunt for everyone, in which users will have to find a series of objects in the virtual arena: the fastest will win 1 ETH (which at the moment has a value of over 2300 euros).