Puerto Rico's Home in the Metaverse
Tuesday December 7, 2021
(right after Art Basel Miami)
All proceeds supported community nonprofits benefitting artists and entrepreneurs and teaching coding on the island.
Thank you for participating!
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Metaverso is Puerto Rico’s first summit on NFTs.
Metaverso gathers creators, collectors, builders, and enthusiasts for a day of immersive programming, welcoming them into Puerto Rico’s vibrant crypto and NFT community. Hosted in a beautiful art museum in the historic San Juan neighborhood of Santurce, with programming in both Spanish and English, Metaverso is a lush and relaxed setting to discover the latest in crypto’s cultural sphere with a focus on Puerto Rico’s growing contributions, and to meet the top global companies, influencers, and artists driving the NFT movement, who can conveniently join with the event taking place directly after Art Basel Miami.
- Selective 400-person guest list
- Highly curated single-day program
- 30 NFT works in a charity auction
- Meet top builders, artists, and collectors
- Celebrate local food, art, and culture
- Enjoy cocktails, tapas, music
Welcome to the beautiful Museo de arte de Puerto Rico
Explore the museum and its stunning collection throughout Metaverso, drawing connections between the physical and the virtual.
Hear from the global and local leaders driving crypto's cultural movement.
11am - 1pm
1pm - 2pm
2pm - 4pm
4pm - 4:30pm
4:30pm - 6pm
6pm - 8pm
Cocktails & tapas
11pm - 4am
Afterparty at Fifty Eight featuring special performances by Chris Lake, Öona Dahl, & Kitty Katz. All Metaverso ticket types accepted.
All proceeds go directly to support community nonprofits
Centro Para Emprendedores
Centro para Emprendedores (CpE) is a local 501c3 nonprofit organization established in 2012. CpE’s vision is to spread entrepreneurship as an engine for socioeconomic development and sustainable growth in order to attain job creation and promote the wellbeing of our communities and the world. The organization has served more than 6,000 people, helped establish 104 new businesses, supported 654 small business owners, and facilitated access to over 4M of capital.
A Puerto Rico-based nonprofit organization offering opportunities for Puerto Ricans to learn coding from top-notch developers, build real products, and get hired. Its programs include an Academy, which provides courses to learn from talented instructors across the globe; a Fellowship, helping coders take their skills to the next level through individual mentorship from senior-level talent; and online coding coaching from experienced coders. Anyone can get started coding with the “10 weeks to code stardom” program.
Boys & Girls Clubs de Puerto Rico (BGCPR) is non-profit organization with more than 50 years providing after-school services to children and youth who live in poverty in Puerto Rico. BGCPR provide programs and services to boys, girls and young people between the ages of 6 and 18. They offer them a safe and creative place where they develop as leaders who achieve their academic, personal and professional goals.