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LazyPanda NFT series hits the blockchain to back wildlife preservation charities

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Among the many NFT series hitting the blockchain, the LazyPanda NFTs stand out for their special mission. The project plans to make a positive impact on the real world and has different charitable goals. Particularly, it plans to highlight the need for wildlife conservation and to assist wildlife-focused charities. In addition, the project’s community will decide which charities to donate to.

The LazyPanda NFT series has 10,000 designed and algorithmically created NFTs. NFT holders receive several thousand points as well, including exclusive entry to private venues with celebrities. In addition, the holders can look forward to gifts, airdrops, the LazyPanda metaverse, and more. The LazyPanda general sale started live on January 7 at 0.07 ETH each.

“Our main goal with LAZYPANDA is to create a fun and entertaining digital experience, but at the same time, we want to make a positive impact on the real world we all live in presently as well,” says the project on its Discord.

Obviously, the LazyPanda NFT series has developed a separate donations roadmap to achieve its charitable goals. Mainly, there are four different milestones on the roadmap. The initial milestone is when the series is 25 percent sold. At this milestone, the project will donate 8 ETH from its ‘Habitat and Biodiversity Prevention Fund’ to a charity. In addition, it donates 16 ETH, 32 ETH and 64 ETH, at 50%, 75% and 100%, sequentially.

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He is a freelance writer based in Turkey. He loves NFTs, football, film and technology.

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