NFTs that makes the world green
A Metaverse project to protect the Universe
CRYPTO TREES is a social impact art project, that is targeting to plant a million trees in 2022. We offer limited edition Tree NFTs. And for every digital tree (NFT) sold we will plan a real tree in India. Come celebrate NFTS and save the environment.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that the annual rate of deforestation is about 1.3 million square km per decade.
Can art save the planet?


The soaring popularity of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) has drawn multi-million dollar trades and celebrity attention. However it has also drawn a lot of ire over the huge carbon footprint. It is claimed, the digital token already uses about as much electricity as the entire country of Libya.


We work with young digital artists to create NFTs of trees. Each tree is chosen based on their usefulness to human beings. These collectible NFTs will have utility value in the upcoming Crypto Forest Game. Even without the game you will directly contribute to making the world a greener place while owning a pice of modern digital art.


We partner with many NGOs who work extensively to plant and maintain the trees. Each tree that is planted is mapped a digital certificate is provided for the same. This certificate allows you to verify the location of your real world tree.

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Some of the current live projects we are supporting with this NFT drop are the Trees for Tigers and Trees for Ganga projects.

550,000 trees have already been planted in the villages of Radhanagar, Taranagar, Rajapur, Pakhirala, Kachukhali, Ranipur in Gosaba block and Jogeshgunj, Hemnagar and Bankra in Hingalgaunge block at the periphery of Sundarbans National Park, South 24 Parganas, West Bengal, India.

Mangroves form the most important and unique feature of this area with their ability to thrive both in dry as well as flood-like conditions. Due to the presence of both saltwater and freshwater, both types of plants are present and support the habitat in their own unique way. The trees provide habitat continuation and form links in the area to prevent habitat isolation for the Tigers, categorised as endangered in the IUCN red list (The IUCN red list of threatened species, 2011), apart from providing shelter and enabling them to camouflage. (Habitat Use by Tigers in the Mangrove Forests of the Sundarbans)

25,000 trees will be planted in the Ganga area of district Bhagalpur (Vikramshila University, Nagar Nigam) of Bihar.

River Ganga is undergoing a drastic change. Our perennial rivers are becoming seasonal as a result of population and development demands. Many of the smaller rivers have gone completely. As rivers become boisterous during the monsoon and then disappear after the rainy season is through, floods and droughts are becoming more common.
Water depletion in the Gangetic region has been estimated to be 44% and the total forest cover loss is 78%
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