Des Moines gallery announces NFT sale for charity

Trading for 3 non-fungible NFT tokens will open on February 14

On Valentine’s Day (February 14), trading will open for 3 non-fungible tokens (NFTs), which are issued by Des Moines-based Liz Lidgett Gallery and digital marketing company Happy Medium. All proceeds will go to Count the Kicks, a non-profit organization that provides educational resources to healthcare providers and parents-to-be.

The auction will take place on the NFT OpenSea marketplace and will last until February 21. The starting price of each token is 0.0325 Ethereum (ETH). At the current exchange rate, this is equivalent to $95..

Created digital art objects Californian artist Betsy Enzensberger. They are “automatic loops of multi-colored particles colliding into a whimsical popsicle.” The author will receive a percentage (its amount was not disclosed) of the profits, but the main income will be donated to charity.

According to the head of the art gallery, Liz Lidgett, the auction will feature excellent works by a well-established artist. The entrepreneur emphasized that these NFTs serve a great purpose, so she hopes that the event will not pass by people who appreciate and are ready to invest in digital art.

Non-fungible tokens became popular in 2021, when they began to be actively used in “games for money” (P2E). The cost of some real estate in the virtual world exceeds the price of real housing. So, on February 10, a Meteverse Decentraland user paid $390,000 for a digital site.

Earlier, the editors of announced free open webinars from the Bybit cryptocurrency exchange. They will be held on February 13 and 20 live on YouTube video hosting.

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