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London – September 21, 2022 – Rareworx is dedicated to support Equality Now, an organization which believes in creating a just world for women and girls, by releasing an exclusive NFT collection of 6,000 Piggos Evolution. The collection features profile pictures of cartoon pigs that are procedurally generated by an algorithm. Piggos Evolution is a doodle-style collection and it is designed by Enrico Bigi, a globally renowned tattoo artist.
“Our vision is to bring innovative and world-class digital collections to the crypto community aimed at disrupting social change while making Web3 a more inclusive and diverse space,” said Natalie Ager, CEO of RareWorx and advocate of gender equality and women’s rights. “RareWorx is committed to leveraging CryptoPiggos NFT to incentivize community building and participation, while fundraising and raising awareness of charitable causes. NFTs are a powerful force for social impact and together we plan to change the world. All Piggos holders will be granted exclusive perks, given additional airdrops, and rewarded for using Piggos NFTs.”
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Rareworx, is a start-up that creates unique and one-of-a-kind digital assets, including the NFT project CryptoPiggos. These assets are non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that live on the Flow blockchain, and each one is associated with a real-world item or experience with a focus on giving back to the community and charitable causes.
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