Some examples of such solutions include crypto donations, blockchain-powered pet registration, and counter-measures against illegal fishing.
Innovative entrepreneurs are looking to allow animal-loving cryptocurrency investors to care for real-life animals using cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology.
A Japanese blockchain startup will allow cat-loving crypto investors the possibility of donating to a Tokyo cat sanctuary in cryptocurrency, this way supporting the saving of stray cats from extermination.
You can make instant crypto donations
Visitors to the Niconico Super Conference in Chiba that will take place later this month will be able to make donations right then and there to stray cats that have been rescued from the streets of Tokyo.
All of this is part of a smart PR stunt from Sakura Bloom a blockchain platform operator.
The cats that have been rescued by animal foster home network Tokyo Cat Guardian will be on display at Sakura Bloom’s booth, and the Super Conference and each one for the cats will get its own QR code.
“We will continue to look for ways to promote animal welfare via our SKB blockchain platform.”
You’ll be able to scan a cat’s code and make an instant donation in Sakura Bloom’s SKB tokens.
According to Sakura Bloom, the event is only the beginning of a more extended plan for animal care-blockchain innovation.
“We will continue to look for ways to promote animal welfare via our SKB blockchain platform. We will look to provide support for stray cats and dogs, to keep them from having to be rounded up or exterminated.” The company stated.
Other blockchain solutions could eliminate animal abuse
In South Korea, software developer BrainDude reported that he came up with a blockchain-powered pet registration system that could help reduce animal abuse and also punish people who abandon pet dogs.
“We will use blockchain technology to ensure no stray animals remain unidentified.”
The company’s Foani platform is scheduled for launch later this month, and it will allow animal welfare specialists, government officials, NGOs, pet vendors and owners as well to track dogs on decentralized ledgers.
BrainDude CEO Kim Jin-young says, “Our goal with Foani is to put an end to canine unhappiness. We will use blockchain technology to ensure no stray animals remain unidentified. It’s a user-friendly interface that allows participants to quickly access the information and services that pets require.”
The future could look brighter for animals and animal lovers with the help of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.