UNICEF NFTs Limited-Edition


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UNICEF plans to sell 1,000 data-driven NFTs on the eve of their 75th anniversary. The auction is created with a planetary-scale goal – to gather funds in order to connect each school to the Internet, using new technologies like low-earth-orbit satellites, machine learning, and blockchain. 
A part of the collection is digitally watermarked to commemorate the agency’s 75th year, while other NFTs will refer to the events in early 2022. These digital collectibles will be sold directly by UNICEF, using the Ethereum blockchain in early January. 
“For 75 years, UNICEF has been a driving force for change in children’s lives. And as we look back at our history, we must also look forward and seize every opportunity to take innovative actions to secure the future for our children,” said UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore. “We have to use every tool in the toolbox if we are to reach more children and invest in a better world – including through new ways of fundraising and financing – and the launch of UNICEF’s first global collection of data-driven digital tokens will directly support our global efforts to close the digital divide and help give every young person access to the Internet.”
The digital collectibles will be sold directly by UNICEF at 0.175 ETH. Whitelist now.

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