Press release. Safe earth Create access to DeFi and at the same time help restore the world’s ecosystems and help humanity by cooperating with the most influential projects.

June 25, 2021, London, England SafeEarth users can enjoy the benefits DeFi provides while maintaining the delicate balance of the world. Today, the project announced that it has successfully donated more than $200,000 in donations to various charities and projects chosen by users, ranging from cleaning the ocean to providing healthcare and education for children. The surprising amount of positive feedback and kindness allowed this company to thrive in the areas it does best. Help those who need extra improvement. Without SafeEarth’s donation, these organizations may not be able to continue the excellent work they have done. Within a few weeks of its launch, SafeEarth has done more on this planet than most people. And this is just the beginning. As things develop, the demand for many charitable funds will be promoted next year. you can choose! Where else can you influence such an important allocation of funds, and when was the last time you had a say in such a matter?

Heal the world through blockchain

In just a few months, Safe earth To enable thousands of people from all over the world to play a key role in helping mankind and the world. SafeEarth has been donating in the form of ETH and has publicly displayed a contract address. Using concise data records and immutability, SafeEarth allows all donors to view their donations on the blockchain and then send them to the listed charitable organizations in a transparent manner.

People can also become part of SafeEarth through the native deflationary SafeEarth token. Through this token, every holder has the opportunity to vote for upcoming charity rewards, and the charities with the most votes are added to the ever-increasing list. The charitable organizations currently supported by Safe Earth include:

  • Ocean cleanup: Aims to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Belt and reduce the chance of more plastic waste entering the ocean by capturing plastic waste from the global rivers.
  • Amazon Watch: Since one third of the vegetation on the earth is distributed in South America, the resources of the Amazon rainforest are being destroyed and making way for human expansion. Amazon Watch is designed to protect plant and animal species in the jungle.
  • Save the child: The Centennial Movement protects children’s rights and provides disadvantaged groups with opportunities to lead a better life.
  • Charity water: To provide fresh water for people on all continents, Charity Water has installed more than 64,000 freshwater projects for communities around the world
  • Water project: In sub-Saharan Africa, clean and potable water is a precious and often inaccessible resource. Water projects provide people with financial support and training to help them build their own water supply and purification systems.

SafeEarth – Commitment to the vision and donation of 60 ETH

Nowadays, cryptocurrency and its impact on the climate is a hot topic. Due to environmental impact, Elon Musk has recently abandoned BTC payments to Tesla. Although the leaders of the crypto community decide how to make their respective blockchains eco-friendly, Safe earth Use a novel solution to fund different projects that help improve humanity.

Each charity has been carefully selected to reflect SafeEarth’s mission, where everyone is working hard to protect the environment, to help the future generations of the planet, and to bring fresh water and support to everyone. It is planned to donate an additional 60 ETH to charities in the near future, so the donation does not stop there.

Thanks to users for their hard work, they proudly announce their next donation of 60 ETH, part of which will be used Sungai Watch It is dedicated to clearing mangrove forests in Indonesia. This requires 2 “floating objects” to capture the waste that pollutes this extraordinary area, and 3 days of dedicated mangrove cleanup. This alone will have a significant and direct impact on this unique natural habitat, and floating objects will continue to exist to ensure that this state is maintained for the foreseeable future.

Stay tuned for the photos and videos of the cleanup event and see the huge work Sungai Watch has done to restore this place, thanks to the donations of token holders.

Bitmart listing & charity application

SafeEarth holders can already use ETH’s UniSwap to exchange tokens. The token was also recently listed on BitMart on June 11. With BitMart, it will be easier for the public to obtain SafeEarth and play a role in protecting the earth. Token holders will also enjoy the benefits of passive income because 1% of SafeEarth’s transaction fee is allocated to token holders.

SafeEarth also announced its intention to become a registered charity in the UK, which will align their goals and pave the way for more adoption of SafeEarth and help charities continue to move forward in the future. Once registered, the assets they own can only be used to pursue more charitable purposes. By leveraging existing channels and resources to provide grants to charities, this is a foolproof way to ensure that donations are used in the best possible way. This is a small step for the environment and a big leap to prove their dedication to the cause.

Other updates in the third quarter include staking and mining, more listings on mainstream cryptocurrency exchanges, and further development to expand the SafeEarth ecosystem.

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