KitaJaga App Uses NFTs To Promote Charity

KitaJaga, a peer-to-peer (P2P) charity app, has announced that it will be utilising non-fungible tokens (NFT) to promote charitable activities.

KitaJaga App Uses NFTs To Promote Charity
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If you have not heard of the KitaJaga app, it is an amazing platform that helps connect those who need help during the lockdown with those who can offer help.

As a special incentive, they are giving away non-fungible tokens (NFT) to people who offer help. This four-week campaign, launched in early October, will be awarding 20 donors with NFT artworks created by Shahril Majid, a Malaysian artist and illustrator, also known as Jiwo. Every week, five donors will be automatically selected on a first-come, first-served basis.

Donors who receive the NFT artwork have the opportunity to collect exclusive and tradable NFT artworks. These NFTs can be resold on Pentas IO or other NFT marketplaces.

Requirements to claim NFTs:

1. Complete the challenge of helping a number of white flags on the KitaJaga app.

2. Donors must have a MetaMask wallet to participate. 

If you have been blessed this season, do consider helping out people in your area. The KitaJaga app will show you white flags nearby you who need help.