NFT or a non-fungible token is a form of digital ledger that is serving as an emerging opportunity for women. NFTs are associated with digital files such as photos, videos, and audio. NFTs and metaverse provide a lot of opportunity for women along with a greater scope for future developments.
Metaverse is a network of 3D virtual worlds focused on social connection, projecting the Internet as a single, universal virtual world that is facilitated by the use of virtual and augmented reality.
Due to the immense scope for creativity, NFTs and metaverse serve as a crucial space for artists to thrive as it is consumed by the new generation well.
Women Intense NFT (WIN)
Women Intense NFT or WIN, is a project-based from India focused on social impact. It is done with the intention of driving inclusion, diversity, and equity. Women make up 50% of the world's population but still, they are underrepresented in socio-economic circles.
WIN works with the intention to address and communicate those gaps in these areas and encourage women to access more resources and opportunities to go ahead in this world.
First of WIN's projects is the International Women’s Day (IWD), 2022, a collection about linking women to the sustainable areas of Forest, Ocean, Land, Water and Air.
Revenue will be given to a charity and three global NGOs ( Green Belt Africa founded by Nobel laureate Wangaari Maathai), AFV from Vietnam and NVA Sri Lanka from Sri Lanka.
The second NFT collection is the 'STEM INtense', a collection that communicates powerfully about the need for women to enter into STEM careers. Even today, there is a massive gap between women and men working in the field of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Medicine). Women are discouraged or coerced to discontinue their careers due to existing social and cultural inequalities.
This collection will be allocated for this social impact that will bring women into this space.
WIN has the long-term vision of making in real-life impact on the lives of women.
WIN's focus is to bring creators, collectors and communities together.