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KPMG Canada purchases a World Of Women NFT

KPMG Canada purchases a World Of Women NFT

KPMG Canada is added to the list of companies that have the World of Women NFT. Twitter was used to announce the acquisition on Monday. The Tax, Audit, and Advisory business now joins a rapidly growing field called “NFT.”
On February 28, KPMG Canada became the first company in Canada to buy a World of Women digital asset, making them the first in the country to do so. Because the purchase is new to the market, KPMG has been interested in the new trend.

When the business did a survey in Canada to see how NFTs affect the careers of female musicians, for example, they found out. 53 percent of Canadians think that digital assets can help artists make more money and get more attention. According to KPMG, 40% of people think that NFT avatars will become more common in the near future. So, the company is going to spend 25 ETH on an initiative led by women in the NFT industry.

Partner and National Risk Consulting Leader Nancy Chase says KPMG is committed to supporting female-led NFT programs like World of Women: Making the World a Better Place.

It’s safe to say that World of Women has been one of the best NFT projects ever. There have already been more than 54.5K ETH worth of trades on OpenSea for the first 10,000 digital assets that were put together.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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