Daisy Lan, a student of the Mountain View Academy announced the launch of an innovative new Non-fungible token (NFT) series. Chiefly, the NFT collection is targeted at students in Ukraine who were displaced during the war with Russia. She planned the launch in conjunction with the celebration of the Mountain View Academy’s 100-year Anniversary.
Daisy Lan is an immigrant student, who moved to the United States with her family less than two years ago. Since the move, she has experienced a new perspective, a new culture, and a new language. Lan has acquired certification in several blockchains and Web3.0 application courses.
“I took the opportunity in California to access some of the world’s best educators and learn first-hand how blockchain technology is impacting us and the potential it has on the future of the world. I hope to further pursue these topics in my college career,” she explained
NFT Ecosystem Grows Consistently
The young Web3.0 player has made her debut into the NFT ecosystem when there was a hype around certain collections. There was hype around collections like the Yuga Labs Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFTs . BAYC NFTs is a collection which recently featured in Snoop Dogg and Eminem’s video. Her debut is noteworthy, especially, now that artists are allowed to sell their NFTs directly to their fans.
Lan believes in the limitless possibilities which the metaverse and Web3.0 are willing to deliver via NFTs. Ultimately, she affirms that the metaverse and blockchain technology makes the world a better and more accessible place. At present, Lan’s NFTs have been uploaded on the OpenSea NFT marketplace with each of them selling for 0.02 Ethereum (ETH).
Remarkably, in 2021, the sales of NFTs raked in about $17 billion which was the highest it had recorded at that time. Later in August 2022, it was recorded that top brands like Nike Addidas, and Gucci pulled in $260 million from NFT sales. According to Verified Market Research (VMR), the NFT ecosystem is estimated to be valued at over $230 billion by 2030.