DFG is a NFT project worth looking at

Drip for Good is a collection of 5,757 hand-drawn characters that are all unique. Every one of them is on a mission to give clean, accessible water to those who are in need. Each Drip is one-of-a-kind, with hundreds of distinct characteristics.

Just for Good’s debut NFT compilation is called Drip for Good. Drip for Good is on a mission to end the Global Water Crisis, which affects 771 million people worldwide every year

Charity: water, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing clean and safe drinking water to people in poor countries, will get 40% of Mint’s sales revenue. The earnings will go entirely to charity: water, which will use them to fund clean water solutions.

Drip would occasionally do special drips for his friends’ lucky holders. Drip’s Drops will continue on for the length of the project, not only within the first year. Moreover, certain drops will be specific to Spring and Fountain roles.

Drip for Good will be partnering with local firms to make sustainable and ethical goods. Stickers, soap, clothing, and more. All profits of goods will go towards charity and funding Drip for Good and future projects. The Founding Team will not benefit off goods sales

“To address this we are combining to form the greatest and most impactful community on the globe. We will alter the world by combining the power of art, community, and cryptocurrency. With 40% of all purchases going to a charity at the core of the crisis, we should be able to make a long-term impact.”

“We will also launch our “Giving Hand” program, in which our community members will have exclusive access to request monies from the community wallet in times of need, such as an unexpected medical cost, eviction notice, job loss, and more.” Our community has the ability to vote on who receives funding and when they are distributed. There is no expectation of retribution; all that is required is a knowledge that sometimes all you need is a “Giving Hand.”




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