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Big 5 NFT Collection Brings Artists Together To Help Save The Endangered Rhino

19 artists from South Africa and Namibia to auction NFTs in support of the International Rhino Foundation

Web 3 and NFTs have proven more than a viable medium for content creators and altruistic initiatives alike. Big 5 NFT is the latest to venture in, helping to preserve endangered wildlife with the help of a collection of talented artists.

Specifically, the organisation has brought together 19 artists from South Africa and Namibia, all sharing their creative skills to auction a wide range of NFTs in support of the International Rhino Foundation.

While supporting admirable causes, Big 5 NFTs also aims to spotlight the creative talent that is commonly overlooked on the African continent.

“The African continent is filled with many talented artists and art collectors. Many of these talented artists do not have the opportunity to show their talents to the world due to their art only being seen by the people closest to them. Through NFTs, these individuals are able to show their art pieces to NFT communities around the world.”

This first collection will be made available for minting on August 19th, at 19:00 UTC. And you can check out the collection right here.

This article was first published on BlockchainGamer.biz.

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Former editor of - and now contributing writer to - our partner site BlockchainGamer.biz, James is a freelance tech, finance and gaming journalist and expert on the NFT and blockchain space.

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