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Australia Zoo launches NFT project to help protect wildlife

The Australian Zoo, home to well-known crocodile hunter Steve Irwin, has announced its journey into digital art and Web3 with the launch of its NFT project ‘Wildlife Warriors’.

Use of NFTs to protect wildlife

The zoo is owned by the family of Steve Irwin, a “crocodile hunter” who died in 2006. Irwin is an iconic and outspoken wildlife expert, conservationist and television personality. His son, Robert Irwin, commented on the development:

At the Australia Zoo, we are always open to new ways to further enhance our work. Wildlife Warriors ”. We are happy to support any innovation that may help our conservation efforts, especially our vision of protecting the planet. This green channel and new technology gives us a new path to continue to fight for the conservation of our wildlife and wildlife.. ⁇

Available worldwide, these NFTs can be purchased through the Fiat upgrade via MoonPay. This will allow customers to purchase cryptocurrencies directly from the Bespoke online store, simplifying the process and making NFTs accessible to all. We have already handled this kind of effort This article, Dedicated to the use of NFTs for charitable purposes. To go further, you can also find the project Lemon drink Uses blockchain to insure those disadvantaged by climate crisis.

Through this collection of unique, randomly generated NFTs, the zoo seeks to continue the mission of the Hidden Crocodile Hunter by focusing on raising awareness and raising funds for the conservation of Australia’s wildlife and wildlife. It also celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Australian Zoo’s Wildlife Warriors.

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Source: https://australiazoonfts.com/

A project in green blockchain

Series created AlcorantThe world’s first carbon-negative blockchain 0.01 Gas and transaction fees (transaction fees are converted to carbon offset).

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It was launched in partnership with Meadow Labs, an Australian technology startup that aims to create the most important digital collection experience by implementing brands everywhere in the NFT arena. The Rare NFT Project will have a series of releases, each dedicated to different animalsAustralia Zoo Wildlife Warriors. NFTs are randomly generated, undetermined, utility driven and 100% personal to the buyer (no duplicates).

Meadow Labs co-founder and CEO Martin Kelly said, “We are pleased to partner with the Australian Zoo on their first voyage to fight for an NFT at a time for Web3 and the world’s wildlife. This is a wonderful example of what innovative brands can achieve when unlocking the endless possibilities offered by Web3. This is the beginning of a long-term partnership to build a “good NFT” movement built on ensuring a sustainable future for all.

This type of program makes it possible to show the various applications of NFTs and the strength of the crypto community. In fact, environmental and animal causes are at the heart of many projects and blockchains like Alcorrant always do their best to support them and provide as much green technology as possible.

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