Created in partnership with Australia-based Meadow Labs, the NFTs will be utility-driven, randomly generated images based on an Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors animal.
Algorand recently announced it is 100% carbon negative and charges minimal gas and transaction fees which are then converted into carbon credits.
The NFT series will also be available for purchase using cash via the on-ramping platform MoonPay.
“This green chain and new technology allow us a new avenue to continue to fight for the protection of our wildlife and wild places,” Robert Irwin, son of the late Steve Irwin, said in a statement.
Wildlife Warriors was established in 2002 by Steve Irwin, nicknamed “The Crocodile Hunter,” and his wife Terri Irwin as a way to engage “caring people” through conservation efforts “in the protection of injured, threatened or endangered wildlife.”
Details on the release date for the NFT series will be made public in the coming weeks.