Trippy Bunny NFT, another new nonfungible token based on Solana, reports that the entire minted sales will be donated forward to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
The announcement was made on the occasion of the Global Awareness Campaign Suicide Prevention Day, which is celebrated worldwide on September 10. And to its extent today it is supported by the World Health Organization and the World Health Organization.
A worldwide estimate shows that nearly 700,000 people commit suicide each year, and the United Nations Global Mental Health, an international foundation that promotes mental health, estimates that in 2019, one in 100 people worldwide died due to suicide.
Trippy Bunny’s earnings were processed via Gemini dollars(GUSD) and the total worth of minted NFTs was around 220,886 dollars (GUSD). The full amount will be donated by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Furthermore, the transaction hash identity that can be found in Project Etherscan has been published for public knowledge.
On September 10, Trippy Bunny printed 1,111 NFTs. At that time Solana(SOL) traded at a value of less than $189.
The GUSD Token Exchange is facilitated by The Giving Block, a cryptocurrency donation platform that has launched several initiatives to boost voluntary service initiatives from the currently booming blockchain industry. The company’s latest venture, called Crypto Giving Pledge, has seen the collaboration of leading industry luminaries including Ryan Selkis, Dan Matuszewski, Qiao Wang, and Haseeb Qureshi.
“We are thrilled to see such huge support from NFT creators and the wider crypto community.”The NFT community has mobilized millions for several important reasons. We are delighted to have chosen the American Foundation for Trippy Bunny Suicide Prevention. Thus we further hope this collaboration will inspire more such contributions in the coming future.”
More such instances came into light, like back in May of this year, cryptocurrency projects Munch and Elongate raised over $3 million for various nonprofits organizations. Several leading non-profit organizations, including the American Cancer Society, began accepting donations in cryptocurrency, thus they ended up announcing a set up of a $1 million Cancer Crypto Fund to increase donation capacity back in January this year.