Cryptocurrency has taken the world by storm, and it’s pretty easy to see why especially if you consider how it frequents news headlines. Although cryptocurrency seems rather daunting at first, getting the hang of it is not entirely impossible, even if you’re no tech whiz.
Simply put, cryptocurrency is technically a digital or virtual currency made possible through blockchain technology and kept secured by something referred to as cryptography, which keeps the crypto itself impossible to counterfeit. Think of it as money; only it’s stored online. The most notable feature of a cryptocurrency is its fungibility and its characteristic of not being issued by any centralized authority, making these cryptos fundamentally immune to government interference.
With cryptocurrency gaining momentum, there has been an increase of new crypto coins in the market. As a result, what used to be a controversial piece of tech is now considered valuable—and people over at SHIBU knew how to build opportunities using the foundation and idea of cryptocurrency.
SHIBU has agreed to become the partner and official sponsor of Better World Fund in the next ten years to address a range of humanitarian issues worldwide. The project already holds great potential, especially when faced with the fact that they raised over $500,000 during a private sale and gathered over $30,000 towards charity in a matter of 2 days, cementing the project’s future triumph.
Although highly inspired by the crypto market, SHIBU is not just an average crypto token as it is considered a first of its kind, being a coin that has the global objective of aiding Humanitarian causes in the field of Education, Women’s Rights, Environment, Ecosystem, Biodiversity, and so much more in the charitable services through one of the most profound charity companies in existence.
Aside from its philanthropic characteristic, SHIBU tokens are also geared towards the idea of using cinematic art at the service of humanity by using the combined power of entertainment, esteemed and celebrated partners, culture, and even digital technology. Because of its noble cause, SHIBU has caught the attention of many renowned figures in Hollywood and European cinema, going as far as acquiring their support and getting humanity its much-needed help.
By teaming up with a profound charity organization, SHIBU is paving the way for more humanitarian missions that could be made possible through crypto technology. With the project getting considerable attention with its distinct method of acquiring charity funds, many other organizations want in. Just recently, SHIBU has been officially invited to attend the Cannes Film Festival to set up a metaverse scanner for the celebrities who may want to participate in their philanthropic project.
The co-founders of SHIBU are also very involved in the Better World Endowment Fund. There’s Manuel Collas de la Roche, who is also the President of the Better World Fund; Geraldine Dunayer, Director of the Better World Fund – UAE; Gustavo Antonio Montero, a banker and crypto enthusiast who previously opened Standard Chartered Bank in Switzerland; and Shibu Thomas, who is renowned in pharmaceutics, a major success story in real estate, and the face of Shibu.
Through the SHIBU tokens, Better World Endowment Fund is well on its way to raising funds for its present and future humanitarian projects that will help different walks of life here on Earth. SHIBU will have its presale on January 13, 2022 at 1 PM UTC through their website; it will end on January 17, 2022 at 1 PM UTC. Its first DEX listing will be on January 20, 2022 at 1 PM UTC.
Check out their website to learn more about their advocacy to help humanity.
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