Germany’s World Wildlife Fund to sell NFTs to raise money for endangered species

Oct 21, 2021 | The Block News | 0 comments

germany’s-world-wildlife-fund-to-sell-nfts-to-raise-money-for-endangered-species

Germany’s World Wildlife Fund (WWF) announced today it will release an NFT collection to raise money for protecting endangered animals and their habitats.

The NFT artists tapped to create the art for the collection, which will feature endangered animals and is called “Non-fungible Animals,” include Bosslogic, Freehand Profit, Eric Peters, Vinzent Britz, Lea Fricke, Romulo  Kuranyi, Andres Ribon, Rocket&Wink, Etienne Kiefer and Anna Rupprecht.

The number of each artist’s NFTs will be tied to the current population of certain endangered species. For instance, there will be 290 NFTs to represent the 290 giant ibises left in the world.

WWF Germany will release the NFTs with the Polygon Network

Sales for the WWF’s collection will open on Polygon on November 2, and USDC  will be required to purchase an NFT. The WWF’s partners for the NFT launch include Publicis Groupe,  Meet Pablo, Max Penk, MoonPay, Polygon, Unifty and Moonwolf.

© 2021 The Block Crypto, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.

News Source from TheBlockCrypto.com

Related Articles

Former Wall Street banker launches $1.5 billion crypto venture fund

Former Wall Street banker launches $1.5 billion crypto venture fund

Former Citigroup executive Matt Zhang has launched a $1.5 billion crypto venture fund called Hivemind Capital Partners, according to an announcement on Monday. Hivemind, a new crypto investment outfit based out of New York will focus on four strategies — yield...

Law Decoded: India ponders going full China on crypto, Nov. 22–29

Law Decoded: India ponders going full China on crypto, Nov. 22–29

The world's sixth-largest economy could adopt a hardline stance against decentralized cryptocurrencies as soon as this winter. Are big emerging economies more likely to gravitate toward blanket crypto bans? China has set a precedent, and now it appears as if India...

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This