Evie Chan (aka Mooncasket) is one of the Hong Kong artists who have been invited by the Post to mint NFTs for an auction later in the year in aid of Operation Santa Claus, the charity jointly run by the newspaper and RTHK since 1988. Photo: Instagram/@mooncasket Evie Chan (aka Mooncasket) is one of the Hong Kong artists who have been invited by the Post to mint NFTs for an auction later in the year in aid of Operation Santa Claus, the charity jointly run by the newspaper and RTHK since 1988. Photo: Instagram/@mooncasket
Evie Chan (aka Mooncasket) is one of the Hong Kong artists who have been invited by the Post to mint NFTs for an auction later in the year in aid of Operation Santa Claus, the charity jointly run by the newspaper and RTHK since 1988. Photo: Instagram/@mooncasket

Post invites artists to mint NFTs for charity auction to help Operation Santa Claus appeal

  • Non-fungible tokens – digital certificates of authenticity – have stirred up the art world. Questions remain, but there is clearly a market for them
  • A Post project will see Hong Kong artists mint NFTs to be auctioned later in the year in aid of Operation Santa Claus, its annual charity appeal with RTHK

Evie Chan (aka Mooncasket) is one of the Hong Kong artists who have been invited by the Post to mint NFTs for an auction later in the year in aid of Operation Santa Claus, the charity jointly run by the newspaper and RTHK since 1988. Photo: Instagram/@mooncasket Evie Chan (aka Mooncasket) is one of the Hong Kong artists who have been invited by the Post to mint NFTs for an auction later in the year in aid of Operation Santa Claus, the charity jointly run by the newspaper and RTHK since 1988. Photo: Instagram/@mooncasket
Evie Chan (aka Mooncasket) is one of the Hong Kong artists who have been invited by the Post to mint NFTs for an auction later in the year in aid of Operation Santa Claus, the charity jointly run by the newspaper and RTHK since 1988. Photo: Instagram/@mooncasket
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