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NFT collection debuts in Australia Zoo

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In honour of the 20th anniversary of its Wildlife Warriors, Australia Zoo has developed its own NFT project.

The uncommon NFT project will consist of a series of drops, each focusing on a different Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors species, in collaboration with Meadow Labs, an Australian-based technology.

The NFTs will be generated at random, will be non-deterministic, utility-driven, and will be 100% unique to the customer (no duplicates).

The limited NFT series is focused on raising awareness and cash to safeguard Australia’s wildlife and natural places, and was created using Algorand, the world’s first carbon-negative blockchain with 0.01 gas and transaction fees (transaction fees are transformed into carbon offsets).

The NFTs are available worldwide and can be acquired with fiat on-ramping via MoonPay. Customers will be able to purchase cryptocurrencies straight from the customised webstore, streamlining the procedure and making NFTs more widely available.

“At Australia Zoo, we’re always open to innovative solutions that can help us continue our Wildlife Warriors mission,” stated Robert Irwin. We’re excited to support any innovation that can aid our conservation efforts, especially one that shares our vision of safeguarding the globe. This green chain and new technology give us a new way to fight for the conservation of our species and natural areas.”

“We’re pleased to join with Australia Zoo in their first venture into Web3 and their objective of fighting for the planet’s animals and wild areas, one NFT at a time,” said Martin Kelly, co-founder and CEO of Meadow Labs.

“This is a fantastic illustration of what creative brands can create when they embrace the limitless possibilities that Web3 provides. This is simply the start of a long-term relationship to build a ‘NFT for Good’ movement focused on ensuring that we all have a secure future.”

It’s amazing to see Australia Zoo and Meadow Labs bring wildlife conservation funding to the Algorand blockchain, according to Adriana Belotti, head of communities Australia at Algorand Foundation.

“It’s a perfect match for our basic philosophy of sustainability.” “I’m confident that collecting these NFTs will appeal to anybody who has a soft spot for iconic Australian animals, both at home and abroad,” she added.

“It’s crucial to note that raising funds with NFTs on a public blockchain also means that transactions are conducted through a smart contract that automatically sends 100% of primary sales revenues to Australia Zoo, and that Algorand provides this service carbon-neutrally.” It’s beneficial to both animals and the environment.”


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