This project is one of the only NFTs aimed at helping victims of war.
Warsaw, Poland, May 23, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/-In a charity-led NFT saturated market, StopWarNFT We take it one step further with a project designed to help victims of the war between Russia and Ukraine in one or more ways.
StopWar NFT is utility drivenA visionary NFT project in the Metaverse, leveraging a collection of 10,000 unique NFTs hosted on the Ethereum blockchain with various characteristics and shortages. With the corporate slogan of “changing,” the mission of this project is to raise money for charities and make the world a better place.
There are many NFTs that donate a portion of their proceeds to charities, but what sets StopWar NFT apart is that it specifically aims to raise funds to help victims of the war between Russia and Ukraine. is. StopWarNFT seeks to change the outcome of the current Russian-Ukrainian war by providing efforts to promote pacifist efforts. Also, by establishing a StopWar organization in the future, we can prevent the outbreak of war by simply promoting peace around the world. At the core of this project is a collection of 10,000 unique NFTs based on Ukrainian war soldiers and heroes, with anti-war symbols and pacifist emblems showing aversion to war.
“Now, charities are beginning to notice the Metaverse, many of which are already accepting payments in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum,” said Krzysztof Wozniak, one of the founders of StopWar NFT. “By doing so, we can collect more donations than ever before. This is great news for charities around the world. What we are doing is in line with the same policy, but we Its sole mission is to support and even end the war, especially in Ukraine. “
The inspiration for StopWarNFT came when Wozniak and his friend Piotr Paprocki recognized the urgent need for this type of project at the beginning of the war between Russia and Ukraine. Many war refugees have found shelters in their native Poland. A dynamic duo with many friends, colleagues and family living in Ukraine, develops technology skills to create a charity-led NFT project that helps victims of war and enables them to practice lifelong values. I knew I needed to take advantage of it. Of gratitude.
Since its inception, the project has gained a lot of followers on social media pages and popular Discord channels. As a result, Wozniak and Paprocki have found that other charities have also helped disseminate information about StopWar NFT. This is a testament to the immense power and infamy of the project.
“StopWar NFT could be one of the biggest charity NFT projects of the year,” says Paprocki. “We encourage everyone to join our Discord channel, which provides a great community of people who are willing to support the project and newcomers starting their NFT journey.”
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About StopWar NFT
StopWarNFT was founded by Krzysztof Wozniak, Master of Economics and Piotr Paprocki, a technical student. Wozniak boasts five years of research at the Warsaw School of Economics, three years of experience as an international manager at a technology company, and one year as a successful business owner. Paprocki is currently researching technology and is a highly skilled crypto geek and coder.
This project is more than a storyline and includes features such as a well-planned roadmap and white papers. Not only that, StopWarNFT owners have spent their own resources moving the community forward through promotions, giveaways, contests, and marketing development. In addition, the project’s profit sharing is clearly stated, and 50% of the project’s revenue goes directly to the charities listed on the website (https://www.stopwarnft.io/charitylist/), And 40% are spent on marketing and indirect relocation to charity with the help of influential people, war victims and Ukrainian people. Finally, 10% of the project is spent on the revenue of creators, developers and marketers. The exact percentage of project spending will be made publicly available through weekly and monthly reports.