Chainlink to Conquer Billion-Dollar NFT Market With Unique Charitable Art Exhibition

8. April 2023 Aus Von admin

• Chainlink (LINK) is sponsoring a major art exhibition and auction to promote the uniqueness of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT).
• The event will feature high-profile creators in the digital currency ecosystem.
• Proceeds from the Exhibition event will be donated to The Foundling Museum, a charity selected by the Prince and Princess of Wales.

Chainlink Sponsors Unique NFT Art Exhibition and Auction

Chainlink (LINK),the leading Web3.0 decentralized oracle service provider is sponsoring a major art exhibition and auction with a focus on promoting the uniqueness of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) and how innovations in this nascent world can broadly aid social good.

Collaboration Between Orange Comet & Joe Whale

The event showcases how Chainlink is backing protocols in different aspects of Web3.0 which was birthed through collaboration between Orange Comet, one of the leading Web3 game and entertainment companies, and 13-year-old child prodigy Joe Whale, better known as The Doodle Boy. This partnership has led to an exhibition titled FABLE: TALES OF CHILDISH REVERY which will take place at NFT Gallery in New York City.

High Profile Creators Involved

A range of creative pioneers like Henrikaau, Vincent D’Onofrio; Sarah Ferguson, The Duchess of York; Val Kilmer; Laurence Fuller; Tania Rivillis; Victoria West; F. Dilek Yurdakul and Tim Maxwell are involved in this exhibition and auction that is scheduled on 4/12 from 7-10PM…

Joe Whale’s Special NFT Art Piece

To enhance the overall event, Joe Whale has partnered with some of the biggest names in the digital art world to create a special NFT art piece that will be showcased on a 60×40 inches canvas. All proceeds from sales of this art piece will be donated to The Foundling Museum charity selected by Prince & Princess Of Wales.


This upcoming art exhibition is certainly going to be a great opportunity for fans & lovers of digital artwork to witness some inspiring pieces created by talented artists while also contributing towards social good causes supported by The Foundling Museum charity