Athens, Greece – September 7, 2022 – The EyeSeeYou Project, which utilizes NFT’s as a way to fund philanthropic efforts for people suffering with eating disorders, is pleased to announce that it will be minting its NFT collection on September 10. Dedicated to the memory of founders Amit and Netta Aburman’s sister, Hagar, the project utilizes NFT’s as a way to fund philanthropic efforts for people suffering with eating disorders.
“We know what it means to fight, we know what it means to win the battle, and we also sadly know what it is to lose someone to the disorder,” stated Amit Aburman, founder of the EyeSeeYou Project. “We want to use our experience to bring the eating disorder community together.”
“Our goal is to help as many people struggling with eating disorders and body image as possible through the global reach of the NFT community,” stated Netta Aburman, co-founder and contributor of the EyeSeeYou Project and Hagar’s twin sister. “NFTs will be our vehicle for raising awareness and donation funds. For thousands of years, people have relied on the arts for communication, self-expression, and healing.”
The pre-mint raffle will end on September 8th at 9 p.m. UTC/5 p.m. EST. There will be a total of 2,000 winners with a supply of 8,888 NFTs. Registration for the mint date closes on September 9th at 12:16 p.m. UTC/8:16 a.m. EST. To register, click here.
To join the EyeSeeYou Discord and Twitter communities, and to get in touch with Netta, Amit and other supporters like you on this meaningful journey, click here.
Dedicated to the memory of Netta and Amit’s sister, Haga, the EyeSeeYou Project utilizes NFT’s as a way to fund philanthropic efforts for people suffering with eating disorders. The project capitalizes on the fundamental idea of “minting the moment” by allowing people to share and then “mint” their unique experience as an NFT and 33.3% of all proceeds then go directly to hand-selected treatment centers worldwide. The EyeSeeYou project has since become one of the most impactful efforts of cyber-activism and digital philanthropy.
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