UNICEF exhibition and auction of unique digital tokens to help children with disabilities


On the occasion of marking 75 years of UNICEF workand, in the gallery Ozone a special collection of unique ones was presented digital tokens, better known as NFT (Non Fungible Token), which will be on display until December 11 in space and online on the site https://donacije.unicef.rs/nft/.

Simultaneously with the exhibition, an online auction in cryptocurrency begins Ethereum blockade, which was made with expert support ECD-a i MVP Workshop-And. The starting price of each NFT is 1 ethereum. An online auction took place on the site https://donacije.unicef.rs/nft/, and UNICEF invites all companies and people of good will who trade cryptocurrencies and own them to compete and thus help children with disabilities.

All proceeds from the sale of unique digital tokens will be used to procure assistive technology that helps children with disabilities increase their abilities and skills.

The auction will feature 15 NFTs with motifs of successful games from the domestic game development scene provided by Serbian Video Game Association (SGA), adapted motifs from murals by artists gathered around the Runaway Foundation, and special photo moments from the world sports career of UNICEF’s national ambassadors – Ana Ivanović and Aleksandar Saša Đorđević. The entire exhibition can also be viewed at the link: https://www.cryptovoxels.com/spaces/39560dd7-6f0c-428a-8874-44686adf66ae/play.

A unique digital token is an original, unique and irreplaceable record of digital assets stored on a blockchain network. The ownership of the NFT token is attributed to the crypto address where the token is located, and data such as price, transaction history and ownership remain forever stored and available on the blockchain network.

“UNICEF has been working with partners for 75 years to enable their children a dignified life and development, regardless of where they were born and where they live. The inspiration for the NFT auction are the well-known UNICEF greeting cards that have long conveyed messages of solidarity with the children of the world. With the help of artists, gamers and technology leaders, and UNICEF’s national ambassadors, we updated the initial idea of ​​selling motifs to collect donations for children and created unique 15 NFTs. Technological innovations have great potential in creating better living conditions for children and that is why we decided to take this step – the first UNICEF cryptocurrency auction in the region. I thank all the partners and associates who helped create the first UNICEF collection of unique digital tokens in Serbia and beyond, “said Deyana Kostadinova, UNICEF Director in Serbia.

The goal of UNICEF is to provide assistance technology for development counseling and kindergartens in Serbia with the help of donations collected during the online auction, so that children with disabilities receive assistance for communication with peers and adults, for play, learning and socializing, as well as for use of other technologies and appliances.

The special collection of UNICEF’s unique digital tokens includes works by street painters Dejan Ivanović, Mihajlo Prostran, Nikola Gajić, Nikola Mihajlović and Andrej Josifovski, who painted their works during this year’s Runaway Festival. In addition to their work, there are motifs from the domestic game development scene, from the studios: Demagog, Yboga, COFA Games and Kerber Games, which were donated in cooperation with the SGA, and photo moments from UNICEF’s national ambassadors. The realization of these works was also supported by the City of Belgrade, by providing mobile cranes, and the company Boje, which donated paint for the artist’s work.



Source: Personal magazin by www.personalmag.rs.

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