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Saudi Princess Reem Al Faisal Launches ‘First’ Saudi NFT Collection – Metaverse Bitcoin News

Photo-loving Saudi princess Reem Al Faisal recently announced the launch of her first Saudi non-fungible token (NFT) collection at OpenSea and the Metaverse art gallery.

Photo career

Saudi Arabian princess Reem Al Faisal launched her first NFT collection, called “Mecca and Madina”, at the open sea market and the Metaverse art gallery. The NFT collection has a Saudi shrine, Al Kabbah, and the art gallery has six Saudi artists.

According to a post on her Instagram account, the Saudi princess states that the launch of the NFT collection will add a new chapter to her long career as a photographer, which began as a child.she is Quote Explanation by Unlock Media:

Today we made history at the first exhibition of Saudi Arabian NFTs in the Metaverse. I’ve been taking pictures since I was a kid, so I don’t really think about it as a career. It’s as natural as talking and breathing.

Reem Al Faisal added that photography is another way of expressing her beliefs, showing “the relationship between humans and his creator.”

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Terence Jimwara

Terence Zimwara is an award-winning journalist, writer and writer in Zimbabwe. He has extensively written about the economic problems of some African countries and how digital currencies provide an escape route for Africans.

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