Blockchain Association Singapore inaugurates non-fungible token charity

A charity is planned to be organised by the big players of the blockchain Industry Singapore and many big companies also supporting. Charity aimed to help the low income families in Singapore. 

In the present time NFTs based projects are getting better success & attention from the crypto community, that is why almost all the companies are trying to go with the NFTs and tricks to get attention. But there are also those firms which are working for the support of other backward class people who are not able to grab a suitable income for daily life.

A non fungible tokens (NFTs) based charity is planned by the Blockchain Association Singapore (BAS) and Singapore’s National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) U Care Fund. This NFTs based charity program was announced around 2 days ago and it will take place from 4 to 10 October 2021. 

The main aim of the charity is to help those people who are not able to generate income for daily life expenses and also for those who are in big need of NTUC-U care organisation in Singapore. 

All the people publicly can support this charity to help such needy people. Charity will take place in online mode at

The main supporters of this charity are Singapore Airlines, Amazon Web Services Inc., law firm Drew & Napier, art gallery Ode to Art, and cryptocurrency exchange Coinhako. These companies aimed to raise $186,000 fund. 

The raised fund will go for the NTUC-U Care Fund to help lower-income union members and their families. 

The support to provide the NFTs based artwork content in the charity is promised by  the Yang Amat Mulia Pengiran Anak Hamlatul Arsy Mulia, daughter of HRH Prince Haji Sufri Bolkiah, Singapore’s Speaker of Parliament Tan Chuan-Jin, and NFT influencer Mai Fujimoto. 

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