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Miss World Philippines Partners with Doill Technologies Launches MWPH NFT


The Miss World Philippines Organization (MWPH) is expanding its market reach with the cooperation of Doill Technology Inc. by exploring blockchain technologies and cryptocurrency.


Doill Technologies, one of the country's newest developers of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), recently signed an exclusive contract with the Miss World Organization's Philippine franchise, which has been touted as a viable platform to drum up its "Exceptionally Empowered Filipinas" marketing campaign and other meaningful advocacies.


Shaila Mae Rebortera, Miss Multinational Philippines 2021, hosted the event, which was dubbed "Non-Fungible Beauty: One World, One Dream."

Key signatories from Doill Technologies, including CEO Angelo Bagas, COO Adrian Resuera, Board of Directors Antonio Magsaysay, Treasurer Lemuel Gatchalian, and Executive Secretary Mike Lugasan, as well as MWPH National Director Arnold Vegafra, were present at the contract signing press conference, which took place at the Kingsford Hotel on May 25, 2022.

Miss World Philippines 2021 Tracy Maureen Perez and her court were also in attendance, including reigning Miss Eco International 2021 Kathleen Paton, Miss Environmental Philippines 2021 Michelle Arceo, and Reina Hispanoamericana Filipinas 2021. Emmanuelle Vera, Miss World Philippines 2021 First Princess Riana Agatha Pangindian, and Miss World Philippines 2021 Second Princess Janelle Lewis, in addition to the 36 contestants for Miss World Philippines 2022.

This partnership is a technological milestone, Vegafria said. With the many advancements in blockchain technology in the global market, we have taken a giant step forward by expanding the Miss World Philippines brand—not only in the global market, but also in the digital and cybermarket as well—where it can engage more consumers and, more importantly, educate them about our existing advocacy efforts, especially for education and mental health, and for our Exceptionally Empowered Filipinas campaign.

"At the same time, we are giving pageant fans a rare opportunity to take part in our advocacies through our unique digital caricatures and artworks developed exclusively for Miss World Philippines. These will be their virtual 'tickets' to our exclusive events, including the Charity Gala and Coronation Night, and also give them the chance to avail of other premium perks. Being the first of its kind, we are also confident that these digital artworks will appreciate in value over time."

Doill Technologies' chief executive officer, Angelo Bagas, remarked: "As one of the country's forerunners in the NFT market, we are confident that this partnership with the Miss World Philippines Organization will increase the market value and demand for our products, due to the brand's prestigious legacy. We are thrilled about the partnership and the presence of all the ladies. But more than that, we feel equally empowered to do our part in contributing to their good causes, which are extremely relevant ones affecting our youth today."

Thanks to this collaboration, MWPH NFT holders will be eligible for various perks and premiums. Tickets for the coronation night will be given away to fifty (50) NFT cardholders at random. Sixty (60) NFT holders will be randomly selected to attend the Charity Gala and will receive an invitation. On top of all of that, they'll be able to watch the coronation live on the internet and support charitable foundations and advocacies, and receive giveaways.

A series of Fast Track Challenges are currently being completed by the 36 candidates, and the final event will take place on June 5 at the Mall of Asia Arena and feature global pageant luminaries including Julia Morley, CEO of the Miss World Organization, and Dr. Amal Rezk, CEO of Miss Eco International.

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