Dogecoin Foundation to Raise $50k for Kenya’s Water Crisis

The Dogecoin Foundation, the nonprofit entity created by dogecoin’s founders, has announced that its next fundraiser aims to collect 40m dogecoin ($50,000) as part of a month-long effort to fund the creation of two water wells. Held in support of World Water Day on 22nd March, the Dogecoin Foundation‘s latest project finds it teaming up with New York-based nonprofit charity: water to support a remote region in drought-stricken eastern Kenya. Though clean drinking water may at first seem like an odd goal given the foundation’s more eccentric fundraising pursuits, Nakagawa indicated the dogecoin community has strong ties to water themes. He noted that dogecoins have been spread through virtual fountains, faucets and water bowls that disseminate free coins to interested newcomers.


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