Artist to post over 7,000 NFTs to promote female empowerment

© Reuters Artist will release over 7,000 NFTs to promote women’s empowerment

  • Lina Valentina will launch an NFT collection to promote female empowerment.
  • The collection will also inspire women to get involved in the NFT space.
  • The No More NFT Collection will also be on display in the Metaverse.

Artist Lina Valentina is about to launch a collection of NFTs to promote women’s empowerment and condemn domestic violence.

The NFT “No More” collection consists of 7,777 unique digital assets, each representing a female face. According to Valentina, she aims to offer courage to silent victims of domestic violence and inspire them to speak up through the NFT collection.

The NFT community lacks diversity, according to Valentina. She said her collection will also inspire women to get involved in the NFT space:

NFTs and art seem obvious, a new way for artists to express themselves and be heard. Many artists around me position themselves in the NFT sector. Unfortunately, there are still too few female artists in the field, only 5%. The “No More” series also aims to encourage women to invest in this booming sector.

Three hundred owners of No More will receive an additional digital frame worth $800. Valentina and her team will also donate 10% of the winnings to the Safe Horizon association to help survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

NFTs will also be featured in a digital gallery in the metaverse, along with the work of Valentina and other artists for a cause. Additionally, an exclusive fan exhibit at CoolHeArt Gallery will also take place, where fans can meet Valentina herself.

Valentina is a well-known artist based in both Los Angeles and New York. His works have been featured in art galleries in Los Angeles and on the covers of INKspired and GoodweekendMag magazines. She is also a vocal feminist, encouraging women through her work. In 2018, Valentina collaborated with Adidas (OTC:) at Shoe Palace Melrose Ave.

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Mara R. Wilmoth