The NFT universe is increasingly becoming more popular and continuously gains acceptance not just from the hardcore NFT fans but from different aspects of life. On the Binance NFT Marketplace and other NFT platforms, We’ve seen NFT collections launch from sports personalities, music icons and now the movie industry. Since Binance NFT marketplace launch date, the platform has also been on the spotlight and for most people the best NFt marketplace.

We’ve had the Messiverse NFT collection titled “The Golden One”, “Man of the past ”, “Man from the future”, all successfully launched, and NBA basketball players like Shaquille O’Neal also jumping on the NFT universe.

Hollywood actor Djimon Hounsou and Nigerian super-talented painter LÁOLÚ are coming together to launch a unique and premium NFT collection entitled ‘Time to Heal’, On the Binance NFT marketplace. This particular collaboration is for Binance Charity’s NFT For Good Campaign.

The campaign allows NFT creators to convert their art and creativity into meaningful global action targeting social and humanitarian issues on the Binance Marketplace.

What’s Binance?

I actually could hear someone still asking what’s the meaning of Binance in 2021 but it’s alright! In a short sentence, Binance is the largest and the leading blockchain and Cryptocurrency platform that enables the trading, buying and selling of Cryptocurrencies and NFTs.

Djimon Hounsou is an award-winning, Beninese-American Hollywood actor and model who has featured in many Hollywood blockbusters. He portrayed Korath the Pursuer in Marvel blockbuster movies, Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain Marvel, He also played the villain in Furious 7.

Djimon will be body painted by LÁOLÚ, the super-talented Nigerian artist behind the body art in Beyoncé’s Grammy award-winning Lemonade. This photo will then be projected on a physical canvas and subsequently converted to a digital NFT version.

LÁOLÚ is based in Brooklyn and he’s a performance and visual artist, musician, singer, songwriter, lawyer, and human rights activist.

LÁOLÚ has worked with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. He has worked with personalities such as Taraji P. Henson, Beyonce, Lupita Nyongo, Alicia Keys, Swizz Beats, Danielle Brooks. He’s the mind behind the Sacred Art of the Ori body ritual.

The Djimon Hounsou x Laolu NFT collection is in partnership with Binance NFT Marketplace, consisting of five unique portraits, will launch on November 10, 2021, and proceeds from the launch will be shared between the artists and the Djimon Hounsou Foundation through the Binance Charity.

“I feel this compelling need, this inherent obligation to give back to my continent, to my people, and to champion the idea of reconciliation and reconnection,” says Djimon.

LÁOLÚ added:

“There is so much we can do when we come together. Through my work, I’ve always sought to connect the world to my Yoruba roots. With this project, we’re doing that on a large scale by sharing not only our own stories but that of the diaspora within the digital landscape.”

On November 9, 2021, Djimon and LÁOLÚ will be live on Binance social platforms for a live ‘Ask Me Anything’ chat on Binance YouTube, discussing NFTs, their entrance into the crypto and blockchain space, and how NFTs can impact African artists.

Also speaking, Director at Binance Africa

“We are especially excited to host creators of African descent as we see the profound opportunity NFTs and the blockchain bring to the entire continent.

As NFTs transform the digital art world, it is important that African creators are provided an even larger platform with optimal solutions to reach a more global audience”. Emmanuel Babalola added

comments from Helen Hai, Head of Binance Charity and Binance NFT.

“Nearly 4 times as many people live in modern-day slavery than during the Transatlantic Slave Trade. We know blockchain is a powerful tool that can be used to help tackle complex and horrific social issues – such as this – from tackling corruption to increasing transparency to promoting financial freedom to providing new fundraising streams such as the recent NFT boom.

Cross-industry collaborations such as this one between Djimon, his foundation, Láolú, and Binance are essential to help harness this potential and drive forward blockchain for good.”

What’s Binance NFT Marketplace?

Binance NFT is an established marketplace within the crypto community. In just a little over a month after its debut, Binance NFT Marketplace became one of the fastest-growing NFT platforms in the world, generating 25 million BUSD in sales, selling over 300,000 mystery boxes and onboarding 400 creators globally.

Today, Binance NFT has sold over 900,000 mystery boxes and earned 103+ million BUSD in sales in total since launch. The Binance NFT Marketplace shares the same account system as Binance.com. Existing Binance users are able to access the NFT marketplace and trade with their current Binance accounts.

Binance NFT Marketplace also features all forms of digital artworks and collectibles.

New users simply have to register on Binance.com to create or trade on the Binance NFT platform. Binance NFT has also added multi-chain support for NFT deposits and withdrawals. Users can now transfer their NFTs to and from Binance Smart Chain and Ethereum networks with ease.

However, NFTs or Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) is a type of cryptographic token that represents unique assets. NFTs are tokenized versions of digital or real-world assets. To read more about NFTs and their benefits, click here.

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