Nemus launches platform to bridge the gap between Blockchain and land conservation |  National

Nemus launches platform to bridge the gap between Blockchain and land conservation | National

São Paulo, Brazil, Jan 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – After several months of pipeline work, Nemus is preparing to launch an NFT platform that will provide a collectible NFT experience with various game mechanics that stimulate activity to conserve and preserve forests. Amazon rainforest.

Nemus differs from existing NFT land projects in that it deals with actual land in the Amazon providing an important extension into the “real” world. This is the logical and inevitable next step in the NFT ground space as an increasing number of real estate based NFT projects are being launched globally.

Strongly rooted in conservation, Nemus aims to protect the rainforest lands and various endangered plant and animal species in the Amazon through sustainable economic activities. To date, Nemus has secured 41,000 hectares of virtually vulnerable land in the Amazon rainforest, an area roughly the size of Paris (40 square miles), Amsterdam (84 square miles) and San Francisco (46 square miles) combined. An additional 6.1 million hectares (about 15 million acres) are currently under negotiation and will be ready soon.

Forming a protective belt in one of the most threatened areas of the Amazon, the Nemus will deter illegal loggers, ranchers, and any other entity aiming to exploit the rainforest for personal gain. Nemus gave priority to its territory into zones, which were then divided into land “drops”. The Genesis NFT Drop, scheduled for the first quarter of 2022, will feature approximately 10,000 NFTs linked to actual plots of land in the rainforest.

Buying or keeping a Nemus NFT makes you a trustee – an automatic member of the Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO), which also includes the founding and executive members of the Nemus Foundation. Implementation of the DAO will simply start as a sound board for activity on the ground, where Guardians can share their voices and signals towards specific proposals. The Nemus Foundation will lead many economic activity decisions in an effort to clarify the types of sustainable activities available.

As detailed in the Nemus working paper, NFT ownership has no claim to land ownership, however, NFTs can be used to earn native NEA tokens, unlock ongoing game rewards, and promote sustainable activity on Earth. Rewards come in the form of $NEA tokens – the original Nemus token – Enhanced NFT features, and opportunities to mint all-new NFTs, depending on which game mode one chooses to interact with.

About Nemos

Nemus is a DeFi and NFT project that facilitates the conservation of the Earth’s natural resources and habitats. It purchases and protects land at risk by implementing sustainable economic activities. Aside from being supported by numerous sponsors and partners, Nemus benefits from a team of industry and technical experts to help steer its leading platform towards success.

Its founder and CEO, Flavio de Meira Penna, owns several companies in Brazil that focus on sustainable rainforest operations. He is also a serial entrepreneur, having chaired several startups in finance and communications.

The team also includes several web and blockchain development experts with a history of success building innovative platforms, as well as several partners who will leverage their extensive networks to put Nemus at the forefront of conservation innovation.

For more information on Nemus, the Genesis NFT drop, and how to issue tickets, visit their website here.

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