The Doge Pound Shelter Officially Launches

The Doge Pound Shelter Officially Launches

The Doge Pound, an NFT project committed to helping dogs across the globe, officially launched its Doge Pound Shelter today. 

"I want to personally say thank you to everyone of you, without all of us as a community this wouldn't be happening," John wrote on Discord. "I'm personally most proud of this part of the brand and what its become. I hope many of you are as well as you're making a true impact in the world."

The plans for the shelter are to continue to increase its size and effectiveness in solving problems for homeless dogs. 

The NFT project currently donates 0.5 percent of all royalties to the shelter every two to three months in a lump sum, but the team wants to make that process more transparent and apparent for holders. They're working on adding a tracker on the website to show how much money has been donated and a live dog camera showing the shelter.

Holders will also have the opportunity to name dogs at the shelter in the future. 

View the dog shelter's official website here.

More about The Doge Pound

At the time of publish, the The Doge Pound floor price sits at 0.335 ETH, and has stayed relatively flat over the past 24 hours on 3 ETH volume of transactions. Over that same timeframe, 1 sharp wallets have bought 1 NFTs and no sharp wallets have sold NFTS in the the The Doge Pound collection. Catch up on other recent The Doge Pound news here.

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