Dolphin Entertainment has joined hands with the Ethereum NFT collection The Flower Girls. The children’s film and television company has been inspired by the NFT collection to make scripted and unscripted television series, games, books, music, events, and merchandise.
Varvara Alay is the female artist behind Flower Girls. Each non-fungible token signifies ownership over a renaissance-style portrait of a young woman. Alay highlighted that Dolphin’s storied history of working with children and its continued support of children’s charities across the world aligns with Flower Girls’ message.
The Flower Girls NFTs available on OpenSea – non-fungible token marketplace, currently has a minimum buy-in price of 0.56 Ethereum, which is about $1,484. The collection is made up of 10,000 NFTs. It has traded 4,000 ETH in secondary sales. Moreover, Flower Girls is giving 20% of its profits to children’s charities. So far, it has donated more than $400,000. The NFT collection is also donating an additional 5% of profits toward supporting NFT collections created and designed by children.
Over the past year, Hollywood celebrities and producers like Reese Witherspoon and Eva Longoria, Gwyneth Paltrow, and American Ferrara have come forth as holders of projects from World of Women. Gary Vaynerchuk (Veefriends creator) and rapper Snoop Dogg also own Flower Girl NFTs.
It should be noted that Dolphins Entertainment is renowned for Believe – 2013 Justin Bieber film, Zoey 101 – which became very much popular on Nickelodeon, and Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide.