First NFT Christian Scholarship Program for Students around the world
Singapore, Singapore Feb 24, 2022 (Issuewire.com) - Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have become one of the most popular segments of the blockchain ecosystem. Prominent consumer names such as Nike, Adidas, and Pepsi have climbed aboard the NFT hype train, as well as celebrities and personalities who use the platform to promote their collections.
While NFTs are mainly tokens to represent ownership of items, which are recorded on the blockchain - Holy Bibles NFT took an interesting approach of giving their NFTs as a token of appreciation to donors contributing to their mission of distributing funds to Churches & Christian students around the world.
With all NFT projects raking in millions day by day, Holy Bibles NFT stood out when they vowed to commit 100% of their sales earning back to the community - with this being possible given that all the transactions generated from the NFT sales will be recorded on the blockchain and every buyer can track easily through platforms such as EtherScan and many more.
During this first launch, a total of $10m will be dedicated specifically to Christian students around the world who need financial aid - which is never done before in the NFT & crypto space.
With the vision to be the world's leading church and to unite Christians together regardless of race, language, or nationality & allow the world to better understand Christianity & God, Holy Bibles does have a very strong anchor especially when NFTs do make a very strong medium to build a digital community.
Definitely, given that NFTs are relatively new we do advise everyone to assess their risk tolerance prior to any purchase but it is rather refreshing to see a project with such a noble cause.
You can learn more about their project and apply for the scholarship at www.holybiblesnft.com or visit their discord channel at discord.gg/hbnft.
"Unite all Christians in the world to show the world how great is Our God." - HBNFT
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