UNICEF NFTs Bring Internet Connectivity to the World’s Children

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The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has announced their biggest NFT sale yet. The proceeds of which, will help provide internet access to impoverished youngsters all over the globe.

Heading to the Ethereum blockchain this January is a collection of 1000 “Patchwork Kingdoms” NFTs. Each designed using real world data from the Giga project, a global initiative to connect every school on the planet to the world wide web. The images have also been manipulated by data scientist and artist, Nadieh Bremer, to produce a visually astounding collection.

Each NFT represents a snapshot in time of exactly where Giga has reached in its initiative. A digital memory of the progression of the project, and a stark reminder of how much work is still to be done, highlighting a goliath task to link up the world’s estimated 1.3 billion disconnected children by utilizing the latesthi-tech solutions such as low orbit satellites, machine learning, and the blockchain.

We are about to launch 1,000 #NFTs to celebrate UNICEF’s 75th anniversary🚀 #UNICEF75

Each artwork by @NadiehBremer is based on data from our open-source map. Collectors will form a community helping us connect every school to the internet.

Learn more: https://t.co/G3TYkKbjYHpic.twitter.com/98SFLbhEpI

— Giga (@Gigaconnect) December 10, 2021

The Patchwork Kingdoms project is a grand collaboration between UNICEF, the Ethereum Foundation, Snowcrash Labs, CfC St Moritz, Metagood, and Wondros. Its release will coincide with the 75th anniversary of the founding of the children’s charity.

Learn more about Patchwork Kingdoms >> Here

Source: https://nftplazas.com/unicef-nfts-internet-children/

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