Taiwan’s first charity 4D NFT launch project press conference.
The Taiwan Creative Content Agency and the Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee (CTOC) first crossover collaboration.
Tokyo Olympics athletes:
Swimmer Kuan-Hung Wang
Weightlifter Wan-Ling Fang
Sport shooter Kun-Pi Yang
Attended the press conference and shared the filming process and training experience. They appealed to Taiwanese people and enterprises for supporting Chinese Taipei athletes and sports activities. The profits that gain from this 4D NFT launch are all for youth sports charities.
This is a big event of Culture X Sport collaboration. CTOC was founded in 1922, and this year is CTOC’s 100th anniversary. At the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Chinese Taipei won two gold medals, four silver medals, and six bronze medals. Chinese Taipei athletes overcame the COVID pandemic and the one-year postponement of the Tokyo Olympics, and they fought for gold medal glory for Taiwan!
In the digital age, virtual and reality coexist in our daily life. It is a challenge to virtualize and digitalize sports values. When athletes were fighting for the honors for our country, to keep every footage of it had special meaning. The IP LAB of the Taiwan Creative Content Agency works with the CTOC to launch a virtual artwork: “Glories of the all.” This artwork is the Chinese Taipei united forever edition of the Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee Centennial 4D NFT and a milestone of CTOC’s digital revolution.
By launching the 4D NFT, CTOC hopes to convey Olympic values in the digital world and encourage people to continue to support the sports in Taiwan and all the Chinese Taipei athletes.
“Use technology as a tool to give life to the content. The powerful movement of Chinese Taipei athletes will last long in the NFT.”