Carton Tribe launches new NFT to raise awareness of missing persons


Hand drawn CARTONS bring missing persons posters into the digital age

A new NFT to help thousands of missing people find their families is on sale.

The NFT BOARD, short for non-fungible token, is a charitable project that aims to tackle the issue of missing persons by using the popularity of cryptocurrency to raise awareness and raise funds.

In collaboration with various charities, Cartonsbytberry will bring the concept of printing photos of missing children on milk cartons into the digital age. Charities working to find missing people could auction off NFT boxes containing digital photos of missing people to help families locate loved ones.

Created by artist Alex Thornberry, the hand-drawn milk cartons will generate funds for their owners and create a constant revenue stream for the charities of the missing by giving them 10% of the royalties with each resale of the token.

“It’s an investment, a gift, a community and an experience all in one,” NAME AND TITLE said.

Two thousand (2000) boxes will be made available to the public as part of this charitable project, with new original NFTs published weekly. Each unique piece also serves as a ticket to purchase a hand-painted canvas from the artist.

More than just a collector’s item, each box is the original work of Cincinnati-based Thornberry, whose goal is to use the power of NFTs to raise awareness of the issue of missing persons, of whom there are approximately 600,000 in the States. -United every year. To achieve this goal, Thornberry plans to create a personalized NFT for a lucky charity that can be auctioned off to generate funds.

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The Carton Tribe aims to create a community of like-minded people who wish to use the power of the NFT space not only to provide quality art to the community, but also to raise awareness of the often overlooked issue of missing persons. Ten percent of all sales of hand-drawn cartons are donated to a charity that deals with missing persons cases.

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