Carton Tribe NFT Project Aims To Raise Awareness For Missing Persons
Hand-drawn CARTONS bring missing persons posters into the digital age
A new NFT project to help thousands of missing persons reunite with their families is being released for sale.
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The Carton Tribe NFT, short for non-fungible tokens, is a project that aims to tackle the issue of missing persons using the popularity of cryptocurrency and NFT art to raise awareness and funds.
In the past, information about missing children was plastered onto milk cartons as a means of gaining awareness. Working with various charities, Carton Tribe will bring this concept into the digital age. Charities will get a percentage of the proceeds and once the project grows, a charity chosen by buyers will be gifted a custom NFT to auction off.
Created by artist Alex Thornberry and managed by entrepreneur Anoop Hans, the hand-drawn milk cartons will generate revenue for its owners while also creating a constant revenue stream for these often-overlooked charities. Much like other large NFT projects, buying a CARTON grants exclusive perks for all its owners.
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“It’s an investment, a donation, a community, and an experience all in one,” said Anoop, Project Manager.
Two thousand (2,000) cartons will be made available to the public as part of this charity project, with new, original NFTs released weekly. Each one-of-one piece doubles as a ticket to purchase a hand-painted canvas from the artist. Additional plans include building a virtual art gallery and eventually creating a web show that will provide an opportunity for holders of their trading cards to earn.
More than just a collectible, each carton is the original work of Cincinnati-based Thornberry, whose goal is to use the power of NFTs to raise awareness around the issue of missing people, which number about 600,000 in the United States every year.
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