Miami, June 30, 2022 — The Longevity Science Foundation (the LSF), a nonprofit organization dedicated to a longer, healthier human lifespan, is launching a new nonfungible token (NFT) collection focused on raising awareness and donations in the longevity field. The first NFT drop will feature longevity-themed images, followed by additional drops from other top NFT artists during the foundation’s first NFT collection season.
The LSF strives to make longevity-focused treatments translatable to practice, with a goal of funding research to make longevity medicine more accessible to everyone. The NFT collection will act as a new donation arm to support the foundation and grants it provides for cutting-edge research and projects. The NFTs will have unique utility for the foundation, functioning as a tool that allows the LSF to raise funds transparently while simultaneously providing value for donors.
Individuals who purchase the LSF NFTs will receive donor-specific perks. This includes access to events with top longevity researchers, unique lectures and resources from the longevity field and interactions with the LSF’s vast network of longevity, emerging technology and business experts on the foundation’s advisory boards. Top contributors to the LSF will also receive NFT drops as part of their foundation memberships.
The LSF is launching the collection in partnership with Triptych, an NFT platform dedicated to fostering digital art development. Top artists globally will contribute longevity-themed pieces to each of the collection’s four seasons. Funds from NFT sales will support projects voted on by the LSF’s Visionary Board and its donors, with all the LSF donors receiving voting rights for proposal selections.
“This is a landmark launch for the LSF,” said Dr. Evelyne Yehudit Bischof, head of the foundation’s Visionary Board. “We are excited to use the power of NFTs to support our mission of advancing longevity and look forward to working closely with the rapidly expanding NFT community to do so.”
At the end of the first season, the LSF will announce an open call for multimedia artists to submit their work and help the foundation advance the field of human longevity. The project aims to unite a hundred creators worldwide, with curated collections running through 2022.
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The LSF is a nonprofit organization advancing human longevity by funding research and development of medical technologies to extend the healthy human lifespan. The long-term mission of the LSF is to help make longevity-focused care accessible to everyone, no matter their background, by bringing cutting-edge science on aging out of the laboratory and into the mainstream. Visit longevity.foundation to learn more.