Yahoo Hong Kong made it public in its online Magazine (BetterMe Magazine) that it will be releasing its first NFT collection called “City Frenchie” on the 21st of July 2022.
About the City Frenchie NFT Collection
Yahoo Hong Kong worked in partnership with BetterMe magazine to launch the Frenchie-themed NFT collection that will accept pets of various kinds, pet owners, and all those who love pets as well.
The Frenchie-themed NFT collection will also showcase fundamental brand values like physical and mental well-being, uniqueness, travel, environmentalism, and culture.
Each of the City Frenchie NFT collections has a unique personality and a hobby. Therefore, pet lovers can choose the ones that suit them and enjoy the company of their new friends in the Metaverse world.
According to the Head of sales of Yahoo Hong and China, the new project aims to offer users easy and exclusive experiences and therefore is embarking on new resorts as technology reshapes the world.
He also added that the priorities of Yahoo Hong Kong are to grow its footprints in the Metaverse and NFTs.
Yahoo Hong Kong hopes to bring more entertaining and fruitful experiences to its users while promoting art through collaboration with BetterMe Magazine City Frenchie NFT project.
Proceeds From the NFT Sales Will Go to SAA
BetterMe Magazine will give a percentage of the proceeds from the NFT sales to the Society for Abandoned Animals Limited (SAA) to provide aid to aged, neglected, disabled, or ill animals.
SAA pledged to give these animals a home and a family till the mantra “no killing and no abandoning” is adopted.
The holders of the City Frenchie NFT can provide help to these animals at SAA and also have a chance to visit them.
A total of 1, 105 City Frenchie NFTs will be obtainable at the presale that will take place on the 1st of August on Artzioneer at a minimum price of HK$800.
Buyers can make their purchases with a Visa or Mastercard. The official day of launch for the NFT is on the 8th of August.
Yahoo Hong Kong is expanding its presence in the digital world and bringing exclusive experiences to its users.
In the previous month, it organized some Metaverse and NFT-related activities in Decentraland for citizens of Hong Kong.
The company is using the Metaverse as a way to keep the social lives of its citizens active while obeying the COVID-19 rules.
Yahoo Hong to Kong also believes that the Metaverse will provide a way for the citizens in quarantine to communicate with their loved ones.