At the intersection of blockchain technology, the arts and philanthropy is where you will find Uplift.Art. Announcing today, in time for Valentines Day, the blockchain technology platform is introducing “Ti Amo: Collectible Love.” The #collectibleLove series starts Feb. 13 and ends Feb. 14.
Ahead of the curve, Uplift.Art has created the first-of-its-kind triple win for non-fungible token (NFT) charitable projects, artists and collectors on the blockchain. A movement of inspired, compassionate humans, Uplift.Art was established to create joy while giving back.
“By incorporating great art and artists into our blockchain technology platforms, we found a way to make artistic expression not only into a game, but also scaling into a perpetual prosperity machine to do good,” said Uplift.Art founder Michael Blu. “Because digital art is being timestamped and valued more than ever before, we have utilized this into a way to feed and educate hungry children while at the same time empowering our own Uplift community.”
One demonstration of this art is the Fragments of Love NFT series. Dropping Feb. 13 at 12pm and concluding at 12pm on Feb. 14, the series is dedicated to the 20-year love story of Blu and his wife Francesca. It is a combination of music, song and poetry, placed artistically on the blockchain. These limited edition verified assets will go up for sale in a unique 24-hr DROP event that consists of 12 mini-events. A new asset will be sold every two hours. Each asset is a fragment of the full length Marry Me Girl music video NFT that will be available for all those collectors who acquire all 12 and then upgrade through the outlined mechanics on their website.
To participate in the event, visit the Uplift.Art site.
Uplift.Art is creating a first of its kind triple-win situations for charitable projects, art collectors and artists. We use the power of blockchain to bring unique and verified genuine art of top artists to the blockchain. Art collectors can invest in a great portfolio and see it rise in value while having fun. Artists receive a fair share of profits and get in front of a whole new audience of art investors while aiding and supporting meaningful charitable organizations and projects.