Nat Geo to Launch Genesis NFT Collection

Nat Geo to Launch Genesis NFT Collection

National Geographic is primed to launch its first-ever NFT collection, GM: Daybreak Around the World -- featuring 16 unique photographers from different countries, on Polygon.

Why It Matters: Polygon continues to score major brands on its network, and National Geographic has a real NFT use case for earning additional income and prestige for its photographers. 

Need to Know:

  • Primary sale beings on Jan. 17
  • Secondary sale opens on sellout or 48 hours after primary sale begins
  • NFT reveal 5 hours after collection sellout or 48 hours after minting begins
  • KYC is required
  • Each of the 16 images will only be available in 118 editions (1,888 total count)

Who's Involved:

  • Kris Graves (New York, California)
  • Reuben Wu (United Kingdom)
  • Julia Koteliansky and Alexander Kerr (New York)
  • Cath Simard (Canada)
  • Delphine Diallo (New York, France)
  • Cristina Goettsch Mittermeier (Mexico)
  • Yagazie Emezi (Nigeria)
  • Jimmy Chen (Wyoming)
  • Michael Yamashita (New York, Japan)
  • Ben Strauss (Colorado)
  • John Knopf (California)
  • Mia Forrest (Australia)
  • Tara Workman (Barbados, Pacific North West)
  • Aaron Huey (Wyoming, Colorado)
  • Renan Ozturk (Turkey, Colorado)
  • Justin Aversano (Los Angeles)

The Big Picture: Global brands are entering the web3 and NFT spaces at a rapid rate. National Geographic now joins the long list, including Coca-Cola, Norwegian Cruise Line, Budweiser, Adidas, Clinique, Liquid Death, NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, McDonald's, and more.

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