‘Miss Bitcoin’ launches charity celebrity NFT art project
First crypto evangelist Mai Fujimoto, also known as Miss, partnered with blockchain gaming ecosystem Enjin to launch Japan’s first non-fungible token, or NFT, charity project. According to a blog post on January 18, the project’s first initiative will be the sale of tokenized artwork by Japanese celebrities to benefit DxP, a non-profit organization that supports teens facing challenges during the COVID pandemic. -19.
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