Boss Beauties revealed that they would be the first NFTs to be displayed at the United Nations. This is a significant step for the NFT industry as Boss Beauties are set to make history as the first ever NFTs displayed in UN headquarters in New York.
Lisa Mayer, founder and CEO of Boss Beauties revealed the teams’ thoughts regarding the major milestone.
“We don’t know much about the process, but we do know it is huge. This is not just for this project but also for women-led NFT projects in general… Having a collection with such a strong and inspiring message be the first NFT art collection to display at the United Nations is truly monumental. Most importantly, it resembles our larger mission to empower women and girls at the forefront of technology, leadership, and creativity.”
The tweet generated tons of support from many founders and NFT collectors within the space; including NFT marketplace, LooksRare who stated, “This is so amazing.”
Zeneca, an NFT influencer, congratulated the entire group and the community. “Congratulations, everyone in NFT World, it’s really amazing, wow. The United Nations is incredible.”
Reese Witherspoon, actress and entrepreneur congratulated the Boss Beauties team also, “Unbelievable, congratulations.”
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