Voice, the NFT platform for creators, has announced residency applications for underprivileged NFT artists. The platform is committed to empowering those in underserved and marginalized communities.
The platform invites emerging NFT creators to join the virtual NFT Residency program. Participants will receive project guidance and a creation stipend. They will also have support from technical to marketing elements. In addition, they will be part of the bonus rewards program.
A Program For Emerging NFT Creators
Voice built the program to align with the ever-changing NFT ecosystem. During the residency, participants will transform a body of work into an NFT collection. Their collections will cover themes connected to the world’s most relevant topics. For example, equity & justice, clean planet, future-proof, and well-being.
Voice CEO Salah Zalatimo said: “The opportunities of NFTs are huge for both creators and collectors. We cannot leave anyone behind. We will always use our technology to fulfill our mission of helping emerging creators get discovered.”
A Recap on the Voice’s Inaugural Residency Program
Voice’s first NFT Residency produced works under the theme of Raise Our Voice. The created projects lifted communities through self-expression.
Among the participants is Emonee LaRussa, an Emmy-winning graphics artist and director. Her NFT collection funded her non-profit which brings other artists into the graphic design space.
Another resident is the renowned rapper, Shan Vincent de Paul. He created a new community rewards program for his fans. At the same time, he sells lifetime access to concerts through affordable NFTs, which sold out in minutes.
Voice is the first platform that gives easy access to the entire NFT ecosystem. It became the go-to first step for all creators who want to enter the space. The platform features free minting with no carbon impact. In addition, it allows you to transfer NFTs to other eco-friendly platforms.