- The female-led NFT collection, The Flower Girls, has recently announced a partnership with Dolphin Entertainment.
- Dolphin’s history of working with children and supporting charities for children globally is flawlessly aligned with its mission, says the NFT artist Varvara Alay.
- The partnership is to support the charities further and develop scripted and unscripted events, series, books, etc.
Dolphin Entertainment, the Children’s film, and television company is collaborating with the popular Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) collection based on the Ethereum blockchain, The Flower girls.
The Flower Girls is a fine art female-led NFT project. It is a collection of 10,000 unique collectibles entirely designed by artist Varvara Alay.
What does the Partnership offer?
This partnership is to make scripted and unscripted television series, books, music, events, games, and merchandise inspired by the NFT collection. Dolphin is activating its network of leading marketing and promotion agencies to enhance and accelerate the Flower Girls charitable initiatives, expand community benefits and increase holders’ value.
According to Alay, they are excited to further grow with Dolphin, which is increasing and opening new doors to a new range of benefits for their community members. Dolphin’s history of working with children and supporting children’s charities worldwide is fine-tuned with its mission. They are looking forward to increasing the efforts that champion the children globally.
According to Bill O’Dowd, CEO of Dolphin, the Flower Girls NFTs is a fantastic collection, but it’s much more than that. It’s an art-loving community that cares about children and charities. And that they look forward to utilizing all of Dolphin’s resources to grow the brand and maximize the number of children that they’ll help via various initiatives.
Each of the collectibles in the NFT project symbolizes a portrait of a woman with unique features. The project donates 20% of the profits to various Children’s charities and has donated over $400,000 as yet. And 5% are used to collect and support Children’s NFT art.
The Flower Girls NFT collection has prominent names in its holders’ listicle. Some of them are Gwyneth Paltrow, Eva Langoria, Snoop Dogg, Resse Witherspoon, Brie Larson, etc.
Dolphin Entertainment has produced various Children’s programming like the Justin Bieber film Believe in 2013, popular Nickelodeon shows like Zoey 101, etc.
Earlier, Reese Witherspoon’s company, Hello Sunshine, announced about partnering with the World of Women to develop a TV series based on the NFT collection. And these partnerships signify that NFTs are just much more than art and ownership. They are widely integrated to enhance user experiences and grow as an entity.