Leveraging Bounties for Incentivized Conservation
       
     
Leveraging Bounties for Incentivized Conservation
       
     
Leveraging Bounties for Incentivized Conservation

With bounties, contributors can be certain that 100% of the funds go to people on the ground who are actually completing the tasks, rather than to NGO marketing or admin costs.

One example of a social impact bounty is our Bounties for the Oceans project, which started off as a simple bounty and grew into a much larger phenomenon after we ran a targeted cleanup event in Manila Bay last December. Check out the trailer for The Bounty for Basura, a documentary we’re working on with filmmakers Will Lee and Nathan Beer about how crypto-based incentives can fix community issues and reinvent what it means to work in the 21st century.

You can learn, and see more via the documentary trailer capturing the use case here.