NFT artist raises $140K for cancer support charity

A nonfungible token (NFT) artist raised nearly $140,000 (₤ 114,000) from an art event in Edinburgh, Scotland to support cancer treatment.Maggies Edinburgh– an organization devoted to totally free cancer treatment– received ₤ 114,000 from Trevor Jones, a popular crypto artist from Scotland, who raised funds at a charity exhibition and auction at an annual Web3 Castle Party near Paris. Speaking about the occasion, Jones stated: “The funds raised (from NFT artists) will make a huge difference and will go to support services for those impacted by a cancer medical diagnosis– patients and their households. Related: Crypto contributions magnify speed and worldwide reach throughout crisisFrom supporting mental health and protecting war victims to helping the United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF) initiatives, NFT and cryptocurrency financiers have contributed to assisting global society.Moreover, the United States Federal Election Commission (FEC) authorized using NFTs as a campaign fundraising reward last year.

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