Creatokia: Blockchain for Publishers


Harnessing NFTs to drive social impact through storytelling

Season 2, Ep. 13

With Nesma Bensalem we are happy to welcome yet another special guest giving us a highly interesting perspective on blockchain and NFTs. We not only talk with her about her own upbringing and her connection and love for literature but also about her company “We Care Impact” and how she applies the power of fiction and storytelling. Find out about what a “social token” is and how she uses it to bring culture and community together in order to make a social and meaningful impact on society.


Find more about Nesma and We Care Impact:

Instagram: @nesma_b and @wecareimpact

Youtube: WeCare Impact

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