Blockchain and NFT tech is getting a wider audience, as The Miss World Philippines Organization (MWPH) has announced it’s getting into crypto with its recently inked partnership with Doill Technologies.
The contract signing was held at the Kingsford Hotel yesterday and was attended by key signatories from Doill Technologies, including CEO Angelo Bagas, COO Adrian Resuera, Board of Directors Antonio Magsaysay, Treasurer Lemuel Gatchalian, and Executive Secretary Mike Lugasan, with MWPH National Director Arnold Vegafria.
The NFT collection for The Miss World Philippines Organization will consist of digital caricatures and artworks made exclusively for Miss World Philippines. Aside from being works of art, the NFTs will also serve as virtual tickets to exclusive events like the Charity Gala and Coronation Night, as well as act as digital passes for exclusive perks that the general public won’t have access to.
“This partnership is a technological breakthrough. With the many advancements in blockchain technology in the global market, we have made a giant step forward by putting the Miss World Philippines brand further out–not just in the global market, but also in the digital and cyber market as well–where it can engage more consumers and more importantly, educate them about our existing advocacies as well, particularly for education and mental health, and for our Exceptionally Empowered Filipinas campaign,” Vegafria said.
As part of the tie-up, MWPH NFT holders can avail themselves of various perks and premiums. Fifty (50) lucky NFT holders will be randomly chosen to win tickets to the coronation night. Sixty (60) random NFT holders will receive an invitation to the Charity Gala. They will also gain live streaming access to the coronation night, support charitable foundations and advocacies, and receive giveaways.