Unicef launches NFT Collection to aid Internet Access in Schools

The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has announced plans to launch an Ethereum-based NFT collection to celebrate the agency’s 75th anniversary and support school Internet access.

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/G3TYkKbjYH pic.twitter.com/98SFLbhEpI

— Giga (@Gigaconnect) December 10, 2021

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The exhibition will feature an artwork called Patchwork Kingdoms by data visualization designer Nadieh Bremer. The agency plans to use the proceeds to fund its different charitable projects, including the Giga initiative, which seeks to improve internet access for schools around the globe.

The Giga Initiative, inaugurated in 2019, is a UNICEF-led global project in collaboration with the International Telecommunication Union that aims to connect schools in the world to the internet. 

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