Owning sources of investments is always a smart choice—one that always pays off in the long run, literally. NFTs have been the rave for a while now, but most of them have only focused on the valuable aspect and how potentially rewarding they are over time. SadBoys NFT is poised to take an entirely different route that provides people with an investment avenue and gives them access to high-quality mental health care.
SadBoys NFT was created with a specific focus on suicide and mental health awareness. The plan is to donate $50,000 to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention once the NFT has completely sold out. The team behind SadBoys NFT is also already in talks with the foundation. It is working out the final details of the donation, which will be made public for accountability and transparency purposes.
SadBoys NFT aims to help people with mental challenges feel better while creating awareness for mental health and contributing to suicide prevention. To make these happen, an exclusive club will be created, which will host a platform for influencers and mentors in the mental health space. SadBoys holders will then have access to this club and reap all the benefits it offers as far as mental health care is concerned.
The creators hope to connect with every adult who’s old enough to invest and is going through life challenges affecting their mental health. The project will create a safe space for them to connect with other like-minded people and share their problems. “We want them to feel like they are a part of a community where they don’t have to be alone during these tough times. We want to help create genuine connections while simultaneously coming out with an NFT Art project with benefits and utilities alongside our growing community,” one of the founders said.
SadBoys NFT sets itself apart with its mission-driven existence and the definite plan of action behind it. Down the line on the roadmap, a secondary art piece will be airdropped to SadBoys NFT holders to go alongside their already acquired SadBoy art pieces. The collection also aims to launch a merch store so that members of the club can identify one another in public with the NFT merchandise.
By January 2022, after the SadBoys exclusive NFT club has gone live, the collection will donate another $50,000 to a suicide awareness charity. It hopes to continue doing its part in making mental health awareness a thing and help provide solutions while at it.
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