Habitat for Humanity Indonesia and Purpose Launch Impact-NFT Artwork
HABITAT for Humanity Indonesia and Purpose, a Bali-based block chain company, released 111,111 impact-NFT artworks created by renowned architect Raul Renanda. The collaboration aims to raise funds to construct 500 houses for low-income families.
Founder of Purpose, Okki Soebagio, said the impact-NFT collection resulted from collaborating with a creative movement, Ganara Art.
“We at Purpose are very proud to be working with Habitat for Humanity Indonesia to launch this extraordinary impact-NFT collection,” said Okki in a statement Friday (2/12).
This project, said Okki, will strengthen the company’s position as an impact-NFT initiator worldwide. Okki admitted that his party would consistently explore various social movements that could contribute through the impact-NFT collaboration platform.
Meanwhile, the National Director of Habitat for Humanity Indonesia, Susanto, said this collaboration shows that the quality of human life and works of art can follow trends or innovations like NFTs. Also read: attracting the customer interest, Golden Rama Tours & Travel Update Website Appearance. “We are delighted to be collaborating with Raul Renanda and Purpose. It strongly shows the quality of human life, and works of art can follow trends/innovations like NFTs,” he said.
The construction of 500 houses from impact-NFT sales, he said, could inspire the company’s partners. The more parties that work together, we can serve low-income families in obtaining housing, sanitation, and a decent life.
Meanwhile, Raul Renanda said he was proud to be part of the collaboration between Habitat for Humanity and Purpose. He said this collaboration could improve the quality of artists and designers, “People can now enjoy my passion for art and design in the form of the Impact-NFT Collection from Habitat For Humanity Indonesia. I was very proud when they chose me to design the Habitat for Humanity Indonesia 500 house project. We have created a great standard for all artists and designers,” said Raul Renanda. (RO/OL-7).