UD, a Hong Kong-based blockchain and security solution provider, hopes to launch a campaign in collaboration with the Arts For Good Foundation to provide a new perspective on how young people see art and technology. ..
The campaign will run from December 22nd to 30th. The Arts For Good Foundation, with the support of the UD Professional Team, will host a series of experimental artwork workshops where student collaboration artwork will be incorporated into the NFT of the NFT Marketplace OpenSea. The campaign also hopes to create impact and new value in the blockchain world.
“As technology continues to transform our lives, we take pride in being a leader in continuously deploying innovative technologies that apply to our clients and partners. To technology in our communities. Promote interest and understanding. Through this unique initiative, we want young people to think that blockchain technology and art can intersect and impact the world, “said UD CEO. Eric Fan said.
With the rise of blockchain technology, artists around the world are beginning to leverage NFTs to create and promote art. UD believes that NFTs are an innovative breakthrough and game changer. The integration of art and technology may be the future of the art industry.
Fans say, “I believe blockchain will be a trend in the coming years. Thanks to NFT art, people can take the first step to enter the world of blockchain. NFT art is just the beginning. It’s just that people are encouraged to continue exploring endless possibilities. Its innovative blockchain technology has brought to our lives. “
Amanda Sun, founder of the Arts For Good Foundation, explains: You can create art and technology to influence the world of blockchain. “
She added: “We are grateful for the opportunity to develop our students’ work into NFTs. We aim to promote a diverse and inclusive community in Hong Kong on our new platform. The collection of artworks is our future. It aims to reflect the individual and collective aspects of our society. “