Legendary photographer and cameraman Paul Nicklen has joined the SAVAGE NFT marketplace as a contributor and advisor. Paul is a Canadian photographer, videographer, and marine scientist who has been documenting the beauty of the Earth for over twenty years.
Paul is a polar specialist and conservationist who has worked for National Geographic magazine and Sony Artisan of Imagery. Nicklen has stayed away from the NFT market despite owning petabytes of 8K video recordings.
His environmental principles and efforts to maintain nature, particularly in the arctic areas, were incompatible with NFTs.
According to Memo Atken’s research, a single-edition NFT’s carbon impact is comparable to 1,000 km of fuel driving. Also, one artist created an NFT collection that had a carbon impact of 260 kilowatt hours in 6 months. That’s enough to power the typical EU home for 77 years! So, in collaboration with Polygon Studios, the Crypto Climate Accord, and EnergyWeb, the NFT photo and video platform ‘SAVAGE’ has created a decentralized app with no carbon impact. SAVAGE has launched the world’s first carbon-neutral NFT marketplace for 8K video and high-resolution photos from the world’s greatest content providers.
SAVAGE is the world’s first carbon-neutral NFT marketplace for video and pictures. The SAVAGE platform will include some of the top filmmakers and photographers in the business, as well as up-and-coming creatives. From National Geographic to Amazon, the team has helped bring major businesses’ aspirations to reality. The team will create an eco-friendly marketplace for authors of all skill levels using Polygon’s proof of stake mechanism.
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