Participants of the 2023 program at Harvard Business School receive a digital proof of attendance and a commemorative collectible as non-fungible tokens, enhancing their learning about NFTs and web3 technology.
The YPOG HBS President’s Program champions at Harvard Business School have taken a unique approach to commemorate its 2023 in-person program. Members who completed the one-week program received digital proof of attendance and commemorative digital collectible NFTs or non-fungible tokens. These NFTs are unique digital tokens that cannot be replicated or exchanged for something else, making them perfect for commemorating special events and achievements.
The YPOG HBS community members continuously learn to grow as leaders and individuals. They celebrated their return to in-person with a unique 3D NFT limited edition that celebrates the X anniversary of the program. This experience also enhanced participants’ learning about NFTs and exploring how web3 is revolutionizing industries. The NFT experience aimed to help members remember their time at the 2023 YPOG HBS program and allow them to dive into the exciting world of NFTs.
The NFTs created for this experience are digital collectibles that help participants remember their time in the program and allow them to explore the world of NFTs. The experience was designed to complement what participants learned about NFTs in the program, including the “Bored Ape Yacht Club: Navigating the NFT World” case study and the lesson “A Look into the Future – Value Creation? Or Not?”
The NFT experience was created using the NFTPlugnPlay platform and powered by Fulcrum Digital and Escalate Group. The solution integrates a seamless web2 email-based experience and a web3 experience for advanced users. NFTPlugnPlay “minted” and “distributed” the NFTs utilizing Solana blockchain and integrated Crossmint solutions and AWS cloud services. The minted NFTs are visible on the Solana Explorer or in the YPOG-HBS xNFT Opensea Collection and contain 108 unique owners.
NFTs are not just for commemorative purposes; they can also be used to tokenize documents such as licenses, birth certificates, academic certificates, and medical records while allowing authorized users to access and verify the data when required. The immutable nature of NFTs helps prevent identity theft and offers better control over data.
In conclusion, the YPOG HBS President’s Program champions at Harvard Business School have taken a unique approach to commemorate its in-person program by providing participants with a digital proof of attendance and commemorative digital collectible NFTs. This experience was designed to complement what participants learned about NFTs in the program and allow them to explore the world of NFTs. NFTs can also be used to tokenize documents and offer better control over data.