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SHIBU and Better World Fund Partner Up for Humanitarian Missions Using the Power of Cryptocurrency

So far, there are more than 15,000 different cryptos in the metaspace that are traded publicly regularly, according to a particular market research website.
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In just a few short years, technology has transformed numerous lives and businesses worldwide, and it will continue to reshape the world in genuinely unpredictable ways. One of the forces that technology has brought forth is cryptocurrencies. Although it is pretty daunting at first if you aren't the techno whiz, cryptocurrency can be a piece of cake once you've learned the ropes.

Cryptocurrency, sometimes referred to as crypto, at its very core, is fundamentally a digital currency that can be utilized by those interested for several purposes like buying goods and services online—just like money. It uses an online ledger called a blockchain with solid cryptography to make online transactions even more secure. Much of the fascination for these unregulated currencies are purely to trade for profit, but it could still definitely vary depending on the company.

So far, there are more than 15,000 different cryptos in the metaspace that are traded publicly regularly, according to a particular market research website.

So far, there are more than 15,000 different cryptos in the metaspace that are traded publicly regularly, according to a particular market research website. Because of the potential they hold, the market has had different types of companies dipping their toes in this technological marvel, including SHIBU.

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Better World Fund recently announced that SHIBU will be their sponsor and partner for the next ten years. The partnership has great potential, especially because SHIBU raised $500,000 during a private sale and raised over $30,000 towards charity in a matter of two days. One of SHIBU's co-founders also happens to be the President of the Better World Fund, Manuel Collas de la Roche. The other co-founders of SHIBU are Geraldine Dunayer, Director of the Better World Fund - UAE; Gustavo Antonio Montero, a banker and crypto enthusiast who previously opened Standard Chartered Bank in Switzerland; and Shibu Thomas, who is renowned in pharmaceutics and is a major success story in real estate. Shibu Thomas is also the face of Shibu.

Unlike most cryptocurrencies, SHIBU acts as the only payment method on the celebrity and influencer NFT marketplace, which is now in its initial developmental stage thanks to a relatively successful private sale. As a Deflationary Binance Smart Token, SHIBU's mission addresses and acts on various humanitarian needs.

With their partnership, SHIBU and Better World Fund hope to change many lives through their humanitarian projects. Their unique combination has put the spotlight on them. SHIBU and was recently invited to the prestigious Cannes Film Festival to set up a metaverse scanner that will urge and help celebrities and influencers raise funds through cryptocurrency. The event will be held in May 2022.

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In the coming years or so, SHIBU and Better World Fund hope to heighten their advocacy through future philanthropic projects that aim to inspire other people and businesses to impact and change the lives of many worldwide.

SHIBU will go on presale on January 7, 2022 at 1 PM UTC through their website. Its first DEX listing will be on January 17, 2022.

Check out their website to learn more about SHIBU and Better World Fund’s collaboration and mission.