Guardian Protocol is a Binance smart chain operated project that aims to bring positive changes in the world using its GRDP token. Guardian uses blockchain transactions fueled by the GRDP token to gain digital assets (tokens) from fees charged during the transaction process. The transaction fees automatically feed the funding wallet that’s used to fund various charity organizations.
The Guardian Protocol enables donors to donate to charity of their choice without going through any unreliable or ambiguous process. Blockchain eliminates the volatility that comes with donations made in foreign and cryptocurrencies. The tracking system also reveals exactly how the charity has used a donor’s contributions.
“The world is the only home we have got. It is our duty to save it and do whatever we can to make it a more hopeful place. Our goal is to use crypto as a mechanism to drive our charity donations and make positive impact in the world”, said a spokesperson from Guardian Protocol.
On Guardian, for every blockchain transaction there is a total fee of 7% which gets split three ways: 1% goes into the funding wallet, 5% gets distributed to holders and 1% gets automatically burned. The funding wallet is then used to support the guardian protocol ecosystem which includes charity donations that help in nature conservation and provide relief during natural disasters, project development and marketing/partnerships.
Guardian Protocol is providing immediate financial support directly to victims of natural disasters faster than banks and governments with much lower transaction fees. It’s striving each day to create a better future using blockchain technology which enables direct donations and supports humanitarian efforts.
The long-lasting damage to the environment is affecting the present and will also affect the future generations. The environment is what sustains the human life and it’s also capable of causing disease and harm. Even business and economy get affected by environmental hazards. Which is why the Guardian Protocol is on a mission to support charities that work to make the world a better place.
For more information, please visit: www.guardian-protocol.org