Maybe you're the Prime Minister of Sweden, a massive fan of Polish perogies, or just love NFTs. We're opening entities across the globe, so to celebrate, we've made one-of-a-kind collectible country souvenirs.
Digital Destinations features unique artwork for each country where we own an entity. When you purchase a token of country appreciation, all proceeds go towards an NGO focused on helping people learn new job skills and gain access to more opportunities worldwide.
Well, it started with a Slack from our CEO, a little bit of a brainstorm, a whole lot of memes, and now we're here. We're combining two of our passions: getting paid anywhere globally and NFTs (Alex's) to hop on the blockchain train. You could say we don't miss a beat or NFT or something else clever we can't think of at the moment.
A non-fungible token is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable. NFTs can represent items such as photos, videos, audio, and other types of digital files.
All proceeds from each NFT purchase will go to Code.org, which helps expand access to computer science in schools and increase the participation of young women and students from underrepresented groups.
Code.org is a nonprofit committed to helping young women and underrepresented students gain access to computer science in schools. They see a world where every student in every school has the equal opportunity to learn computer science as a core part of their K-12 education. Code.org aims to increase diversity in computer science by reaching students of all backgrounds, no matter their location.
Click whichever country you're interested in to visit OpenSea, where you can see whether or not someone has already purchased it. If not, you can make your NFT purchase directly on OpenSea. Once it's purchased, we'll donate 0.75ETH to Code.org.
Once you purchase your Digital Destination NFT, it's yours. That means you can show it off to your friends, share it on social, tell your parents (they probably will have no clue what you're talking about), or resell it on OpenSea.
Unfortunately not, the super cute passport cat seen at the top of the page isn't for sale. It has places to go and people to see. And also nine digital lives.