By Murtuza Merchant
The Mayan Warrior community, a group of Burning Man festival devotees, has created a unique fundraising initiative using non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
To celebrate 10 years of being a leading non-profit organization, Mayan Warrior has introduced “The Amulet,” a digital “all-access pass” that allows members to support artists and gain access to exclusive experiences.
The NFTs will be available for both members within the Mayan Warrior community and for those outside of it.
When an individual purchases an Amulet NFT, they directly support artists by assisting them in creating and displaying their interactive art.
In addition to supporting artists, Amulet holders can look forward to a variety of benefits, including access to Mayan Warrior fundraisers, unique experiences such as backstage access, and physical gifts, such as Amulet and bracelets. Furthermore, the longer an individual holds onto their Amulet, the more benefits they will receive.
The goal of the Amulet fundraiser is to expand the Mayan Warrior’s reach with community members all over the world, while also supporting artists and various indigenous communities and organizations.
By offering a digitized version of the Amulet, Mayan Warrior is able to give access to its community to a wider audience and create a new experience for the community that is transparent, seamless, and accessible.
This is made possible through the fundraiser existing on the blockchain, which ensures transparency and security for all transactions.
Overall, The Amulet by Mayan Warrior is a creative and innovative way to support artists and communities, while also providing exclusive experiences for those who purchase an NFT.
This fundraising initiative is a prime example of how blockchain technology can be used for good and how NFTs can be used to support and uplift communities around the world.
About the author
Murtuza Merchant is a senior journalist and an avid follower of blockchain and cryptocurrencies