Animoca Companies Announce Code Green Collab
Open Campus and TinyTap joined forces with Code Green to educate children on climate change through interactive gaming and blockchain technology.
- Partnership supports the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) efforts.
- Builds upon the success of Open Campus "Climate Change for Kids" initiative.
- New game "Climate Detectives: Saving Planet Earth" available on TinyTap.
- HEALV3RSE avatars from Code Green's game to be integrated into TinyTap's climate course.
In a world increasingly concerned about the environment, the fusion of technology, education, and gaming can make significant strides. Open Campus, TinyTap, and Code Green believe in this synergy. The entities have come together to not only support the UNCCD but to also spread awareness and foster a deeper understanding of the climate crisis amongst children.
Following the impactful "Climate Change for Kids" initiative by Open Campus, which generated over 200,000 impressions, this alliance takes the next step. TinyTap, known for its massive educational games library, will introduce a fresh climate change course. A highlight? This course will incorporate avatars from Code Green's 'play-to-heal' game, HEALV3RSE. Designed by MCSK, the game runs on The Sandbox platform and immerses players in eco-friendly activities.
Yogev Shelly, the CEO of TinyTap, emphasizes the importance of this alliance: "By introducing HEALV3RSE avatars to TinyTap, we augment the gaming experience on The Sandbox, ensuring children grasp the changing environmental dynamics in an interactive manner."
Moreover, to amplify the impact, Open Campus and Code Green will host a giveaway of 100 HEALV3RSE avatar and equipment NFTs.
🎤 Founder Feedback
By combining education, technology, and gaming, we're creating a platform to empower children with the knowledge and awareness to tackle this urgent crisis for our planet.Inna Modja, CEO of Code Green
🔜 What's Next?
Open Campus and Code Green's joint giveaway campaign is just around the corner. For those eager to engage, details will soon be announced on Open Campus’ Twitter.