National Geographic Will Release Its First NFT Collection

National Geographic is set to release the first NFT collection named “GM: Daybreak Around the World” on the 17th of January, 2023. The NFT collection will be launched in partnership with a Web3 studio and NFT platform called Snowcrash

This NFT collection, tagged “GM: Daybreak Around the World”, aims to celebrate 135 years of National Geographic Photography. The collection will contain 1,888 NFTs from 16 National Geographic photographers and digital artists to register daybreak all over the world. Some of the photographers are new to the Web3 space while others are experienced. 

The artists are Justin Aversano, Jimmy Chin, Delphine Diallo, Yagazie Emezi, Mia Forrest, Kris Graves, Aaron Huey, Ioulex, John Knopf, Cristina Mittermeier, Renan Ozturk, Cath Simard, Ben Strauss, Tara Workman, Reuben Wu, and Michael Yamashita. The NFTs can be purchased using a debit or credit card, whether you have a crypto wallet or not.

About Snowcrash

Snowcrash is building Web3 software and services that empowers leading artists, publishers, cultural icons, content creators, influencers, and celebrities to access the untapped creative and economic potential of NFTs by harnessing latent value in already-created properties and by designing new digital assets and virtual experiences.

About National Geographic Media

National Geographic Media is a worldwide digital, social, and print publisher, operating in over 170 countries with several print and digital products and over a half billion followers on social media. Inspiring curious fans of all ages through bold and creative storytelling about people, places, and projects that form our world, and empower bonding, discovery, interaction with and care about the world. For many decades, National Geographic has been at the forefront of photography and innovation. Today, it continues to grow and invest in its creative community, continuously discovering better ways to tell stories, and make art more reachable even to new audiences.

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