As part of the partnership, Zeromint will mint on the GoChain blockchain and market exclusive NFTs that will be available to international beer fans through the Belgian Barrels Alliance (BBA).
Exclusive NFT Details
Brewers and farmers from the Belgian Barrels Alliance (BBA) are partnering with Zeromint to offer non-fungible tokens (NFT) aimed at preserving UNESCO-recognized Belgian beer culture and heritage.
As part of the partnership, Zeromint will be minting on the GoChain blockchain and offering exclusive NFTs that will be available to international beer fans through the BBA. Starting today, the organization will be implementing several BBA NFT fundraising projects related to the sustainability and preservation of the Belgian beer heritage over the next 14 days.
According to the official announcement, the first Belgian Barrels NFT auction will be used to recruit 11 participants for the BBA’s film entitled Belgian Barrels:
“The aim of the film project is to perpetuate the history of Belgian beer through the creation of professional cinematic films that the BBA plans to promote and distribute around the world.”
In addition, NFT winners will receive whitelisted VIP access to all BBA events and access to a vintage beer menu and exclusive bottles at BBA Clubs.
“Eighty percent (80%) of the proceeds from the NFT auction will go to charity in Belgium,” it said.
Tom De Block, co-founder of the Belgian Barrels Alliance, added:
“Belgian beer is not just beer. It is a rich and complex story of old families and real people that has become legendary. I’m just honored to open some of their bottles and tell their story. “
The alliance also plans to launch NFT initiatives to promote tree plantations and explore specialized craft skills and traditions, as well as networking and rewarding opportunities for beer aficionados and brewing enthusiasts.
Earlier it was reported that the British telecommunications giant Vodafone announced plans to create the world’s first SMS (short message service) NFT and auction materials for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UN Refugee Agency).
An SMS message labeled “Merry Christmas” was sent 29 years ago over the Vodafone network on December 3, 1992, to Richard Jarvis, then a Vodafone employee.
As previously reported, the historic 15-character SMS will be auctioned as part of a one-off sale by the Auction House Aguttes in France.