Floki Holding NFT Sale to Support Turkish Earthquake Victims



09 February 2023 18:50, UTC


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DAO Deciding on BNB Chain or Ethereum

MemeFi challenge Floki is launching a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) to help with restoration from the huge earthquake that devastated components of Turkey and Syria.

“It’s crucial that Floki does one thing, regardless of how little, to assist victims of those earthquakes. After intensive discussions among the many core staff, we now have determined to do an NFT sale and donate 100% of the proceeds from the sale to earthquake reduction efforts in Turkey,” based on a proposal earlier than the Floki DAO.

The dev staff has decided to carry the NFT sale, and the query earlier than the DAO is whether or not to launch the NFTs on Ethereum or BNB Chain. The proposal cites the next professionals and cons for every chain:

  • Ethereum — NFTs may have utility inside the Valhalla Metaverse sport; NFTs will value extra to mint as a result of excessive fuel charges; fewer individuals could take part as a result of greater prices
  • BNB Chain — NFTs won’t have utility inside Valhalla; mint prices might be cheaper as a result of low fuel charges; extra individuals could take part as a result of decrease prices.

#Floki’s newest DAO proposal ‘Turkish Earthquake Assist NFT’ is dwell!

100% of the proceeds from the NFT sale will go in the direction of earthquake reduction efforts in Turkey.

The vote ends in 24 hours.

Learn the total proposal and vote right here:

— FLOKI (@RealFlokiInu) February 9, 2023

In a latest AMA, core staff member B famous the numerous position of Turkish group members within the Floki challenge.

After the primary few hours of voting, DAO members had been leaning towards launching the NFTs on Ethereum, by a margin of 66%-34%. The vote ends on Feb. 10.

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