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Groupe La Poste, a French company, said that it will launch its first-ever NFT collection through the "Binance NFT" platform.
Yann Arthus-Bertrand, a well-known environmentalist, activist, author and photographer, worked with the French postal service Groupe La Poste on the artistic project "Visages de France par les facteurs," or "Faces/Portraits of France by Postmen."
The initiative's largest challenge, according to La Banque Postale, was convincing all 70,000 French postmen to include photos of the resident in a post starting on December 8, 2021. Both those they came into contact with while going about their regular business and those who had a big impact on their life.
The major objective of the program was to create a digital exhibit called "Portraits of France by Postmen" to close off the year. The best photos from the collection were picked for an exhibition that will take place in 2022 at the Paris Louvre branch of La Poste. French postal workers between September 6 and October 31, 2021, took these pictures.
The Red Cross will get all proceeds from the charity auction.
"Binance France has been awarded a Digital Asset Service Provider (DASP) registration by the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) with the consent of the Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (ACPR)," according to a May 5 announcement from Binance.
The first DASP for Binance in all of Europe was the significant accomplishment, according to the Binance blog. This means that Binance France will be given authority to custody hold digital assets, facilitate their purchase, sale, and exchange, and operate a cryptocurrency trading platform for those assets.
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