Editor’s Note: A previous version of this report stated the NFT proceeds will be donated to NGO Atam Pargas. The NGO has reached out to Forkast to clarify it is not associated with the NFT project. Lekh-Haq, the organizer of the NFT has confirmed this correction to Forkast.
Indian journalists and filmmakers launched farmers’ protest non-fungible-tokens (NFTs) to preserve history and aid families, but not a single purchase has been made so far.
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- One of world’s longest and most peaceful protests that saw over 750 martyrs and took a year to emerge victorious has not led to a single NFT sale on OpenSea.
- The collection of 24 NFTs were minted on Polygon two months ago.
- The funds raised from the collection are meant to assist families that have lost loved ones in the protest.
- The NFTs are designed to be showcased in a metaverse museum after sales.
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