Robert McAdam, a previous World War II prisoner of war and recipient of the Purple Heart, became the most elderly famous cooperative NFT artist in the world. At the age of 101, McAdam created a 6,000-piece generative NFT art series named “Peace 101.”
The Digital Development Company will announce McAdam’s work as part of their “G.I. Generation” collection. The American war Veteran’s series will be accessible for sale in April or May the current year. The art image’s collection will be presented soon before the auction date.
Born in Chicago in 1920, Robert McAdam is one of the few remaining World War II veterans. His fascinating life story contains sailing during World War II. He has been arrested and took into the Nazi POW camp of Stalag Luft I, and also being the recipient of a Purple Heart.
Robert McAdam is a skilled athlete as well. McAdam won the senior Olympic handball championship in his 50s. At the age of 96, Robert McAdam broke the world record for the fastest 5K race in the age group of 95 and above in an unsanctioned competition. After one year, when he 97, he broke the world record for the fastest 5K competition in the age group of 95 and above.
Robert McAdam’s experience in World War II and his hope for world unity create his NFT collection “Peace 101″ excellent. In addition, Robert McAdam and DDC will donate ten percent of the proceeds to the fight against human trafficking worldwide.
Lately, NFT project teams have become more acknowledgeable of the value of donating to charity. One example is WOW, that donated 84 ETH (about $262,000) to three popular networks.