NFT’s for Charity: Count up to MOASS

This article was originally published on Tuesday, May 10th, 2022 @ 10:15a EST

I’d started the SuperStonk Daily Digest back on January 21st of 2022 as a fun way of keeping track of the daily, market-wide shenanigans plaguing our favorite stonk, $GME. On March 18th, I modified the daily format to weekly and the SuperStonk Weekly Digest was born.

Anyways, since January, these bite-sized digests have managed to gain some traction over on the r/SuperStonk subreddit and I’ve decided to try and do something good for the world through these silly synopses of mine.

So, what I’ve decided to do is mint these digests as NFT’s and give them away to anyone who wants them, for any donation amount.

100% of the donations will be converted from crypto to USD ($), then spent at GameStop on toys, clothes, stuffed-animals, games, etc, and then donated to the children at St. Jude.

It’s also worth mentioning that all NFT transfer fees from my wallet to yours are covered by me, so literally 100% of your donation will go to the kids.

There’s also a 10% royalty built into these NFT’s for all future sales and those funds will also be donated to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

I will be providing transparency reports and receipts for proof of all fund-donations, crypto-conversions, GameStop purchases and donations to St. Jude Children’s Hospital on a monthly basis right here on this website.

This effort kicked off yesterday (May 9th, 2022) and has raised 61 LRC from 3 donations so far.

61 LRC Donated

If you’re interested in participating in this fundraiser, here’s what the SuperStonk Weekly Digest NFT’s look like;

As of May 10th, 2022 there are 8x unique Weekly Digest NFT’s available and 37x unique Daily Digest NFT’s.

If you are interested in making a donation please reach out to me via Reddit with your L2 Wallet address and I will drop the NFT’s into your wallet from mine.

I’m looking forward to making a positive impact in the world, together with you, through these charitable NFT’s. 

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