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    This International Women’s Day, know all about women’s take on NFTs.

    Non-Fungible Tokens, also known as NFTs, have emerged as the next hot topic on Twitter, with the medium increasingly serving as a venue for users to share their hobbies.

    “It was last year. On NETs, 375 million tweets were sent out globally, and the NFT discourse in India rose by 3000 percent between January 2021 and January 2022. According to Twitter. According to the report, in India, women account for 15% of the NFT discourse.

    Globally, 26% of women believe NETS can be a profitable investment, while 25% see it as a way to gain exclusivity and promote independent artists.

    What women think about NFTs.

    NFTs are a terrific method for marketers to deliver new and exclusive information, according to a survey that took opinions from women from various fields across the world.

     Women NET artists are leading the charge in bringing more women into the discussion. Akanksha Badayal, a graphic designer from Jaipur, is one of them.
    She feels that Web 3 is the way of the future and that her art may reach a wider audience through NETS. “My NFT journey began when I came across others posting their NETs on Twitter. This piqued my interest and prompted me to learn more about the NFT  space and conduct research.” She explained, “I went to a couple of Twitter Spaces that helped me learn about the history of NFTS.”

    Kalpana Chawla’s NFT Collection.

    This International Women’s Day, you may purchase a unique NFT collection featuring Kalpana Chawla, the first Indian-American woman in space. Beyondlife.club will debut an exclusive NFT collection devoted to Space Astronaut Kalpana Chawla, which will be sold by NFT marketplace GuardianLink.

    Kalpana Chawla was the first Indian-American woman to travel to the International Space Station. According to a statement from BeyondlifeClub, the NFT drop, which includes ten never-before-seen photographs of Kalpana, is particularly personal to her husband, Jean-Pierre Harrison. A total of 250 NFTs will be in the collection (25 copies for each of the ten images). Under each image will be a personalized quote from Kalpana Chawla, which has never been presented in a public forum before.

    Not only will this collection be significant, as Kalpana Chawla is among the forerunners in women empowerment drive, but this NFT drop goes beyond that. The NFT space can run anonymously and is not affected by gender or any discriminatory factor. Any launches in the NFT marketplace, which are focused on women and are anticipated among the users, have breached the discriminative barriers.

    According to Pierre Harrison, the proceeds from this sale will go to an Indian charity with a proven track record of helping and educating children in some of India’s poorest locations.

    Women of Crypto NFT drop.

    Women of Crypto is a unique 3D avatar NFT collection of 8888 women with 111 different physical attributes, characteristics, accessories, and settings. They were all sold out on the day of their release, February 3rd, 2022.

    Amy Matsushima, the founder of Women of Crypto (WOC), revealed that all 8888 female avatar non-fungible tokens (NFTs) were sold out on the first day of the sale.

    “On the day of the launch, they received 50,000 clicks per minute, according to reports. According to the team, celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Ja Rule reacted positively to their NFT line.

    Well, all we can say is more power to these women!

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