New CryptoKitty Released For Charity At Blockchain Summit in Morocco
For years, cats have been ruling the internet and now they have become a defining feature of the Enthereum blockchain. All thanks to CryptoKitties!
Blockchain game is the most well known that has to lead the crypto enthusiasts to collect and breed some enormous creatures. The entrepreneurs and organizations all over the world are taking initiatives and are exploring ways to use this blockchain technology.
The initiative is being sparked to create a social impact. CryptoKitties have formed a partnership with ACTAI Global and Ocean Elders and created the world’s first sea-loving CryptoKitty named “Honu”. Honu was procreated to help protect the wildlife and planet’s ocean and serve as an environmental ambassador.
Cassidy Robertson stated,” We are so excited to see Honu in the wild – one part activist, telling stories of our endangered friends, and another part pop culture icon, stealing the spotlight to combine both worlds for greater good. Honu is the very first in a lineage of CryptoKitty icons representing the charities and causes they embody.”
Honu, a unique CryptoKitty which is a part cat and part turtle. It serves as a priceless asset for both art collectors and gamers have been let out for Charity. In a charity fundraiser, Honu is being auctioned off from 9th July to 15th July. The charity has been hosted by the ACTAI Global and Bitfury Group at the Blockchain Summit in Morocco. The payments will be accepted in Ethereum. The charity amount will be used to help protect the wildlife and the world’s oceans.
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