NFTs helping brewers and farmers preserve UNESCO’s Belgian brewing heritage

Belgian Barrels Alliance (BBA) Brewers and Farmers have partnered with Zeromint to offer non-fungible tokens (NFT) With the aim of preserving the Belgian beer culture and heritage recognized by UNESCO.TO

As part of the association, Zeromint will mint and offer exclusive NFTs on the GoChain blockchain, which will be made available to international beer fans via the BBA. Starting today, the organization will run various projects over the next 14 days to collect BBAs NFTs on sustainability and the preservation of the Belgian brewing heritage.

According to an official statement, The first Belgian Barrels NFT auction will be used to attract 11 participants for a film produced by BBA called Belgian Barrels. to win:

“The aim of the film project is to immortalize the history of Belgian beer through a professional film production that the BBA wants to promote and disseminate worldwide.”

NFTs helping brewers and farmers preserve UNESCO’s Belgian brewing heritage
NFTs helping brewers and farmers preserve UNESCO’s Belgian brewing heritage

In addition, NFT winners will be part of a whitelist for VIP access to all BBA events and will have access to menus of vintage beers and exclusive bottles in BBA clubs. “Eighty percent (80%) of the proceeds from the NFT auction will go to a local charity in Belgium“The announcement reads. Tom De Block, co-founder of the Belgian Barrels Alliance, added:

“Belgian beer is not just beer. It is a rich and complex story about old families and authentic people who became legends. It is just an honor to open some of their bottles and tell their story.”

The alliance also plans to launch NFT initiatives to promote tree plantations and learn specific craft skills and well as creating engagement and reward opportunities for beer fans and enthusiasts.

British telecommunications giant Vodafone has announced plans to create an NFT of the first Short Message Service (SMS.), for his suggestions in English) the world and auction the proceedings for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (the United Nations Refugee Agency).

The SMS with the inscription “Merry Christmas” was sent over the Vodafone network 29 years ago, on December 3, 1992, to Richard Jarvis, an employee of the time.

As Cointelegraph reported, this is the historic 15-character SMS will be auctioned in a one-time auction by the Aguttes auction house in France.

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