Pawtocol, the world’s most advanced blockchain-based pet community, has entered into a collaboration with memeunity, a meme-based interactive media company that is a decentralized social network to create one-of-kind memes as part of its continued pledge to create a no-kill nation.
In this unique alliance, users will be able to virtually adopt a pet and once they pay for the virtual adoption by using Pawtocol’s Universal Pet Income (UPI) currency, they will be able to create a meme for that pet and trade it so the pet can raise money to find a home.
Additionally, Pawtocol will create a service for rescues to create profiles of pets as an NFT and be able to sell it in the market to help the pet find a home
“This massive opportunity allows us to continue working with shelters and rescues worldwide and make sure that every animal gets a fair chance in life,” says Karim Quazzani, CEO of Pawtocol. “By partnering with the exciting minds at memeunity we get to do this in a novel cutting-edge way with a huge audience.”
Users will also be able to make unique memes out of their virtually adopted pets and trade them like baseball cards.
Says memeunity: “With Pawtocol venturing into the disruption of the pet industry and changing the status quo, memeunity will offer yet another weapon to their vision: Pawtocol as our first blockchain company to have their section on our MU Citadel as well as offering the Pawtocol nation NFT accessibility, their category, and a section where both Pawtocol’s team and the community backing them can easily trade on MU Citadel.”
memeunity is also implementing a double reward system that allows Pawtocol’s community members to receive MUU rewards for every transaction they make on their marketplace, provided it’s related to Pawtocol.
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