• Floki Inu ($FLOKI) will construct schools in Nigeria, Guatemala, and Laos

  • The company behind the meme-inspired cryptocurrency Floki Inu ($FLOKI) has stated that three schools will be built in the near future: one in Nigeria, one in Guatemala, and one in Laos. According to the team, the decision is consistent with the project’s principles.

    According to a tweetstorm, Floki Inu will establish these schools in collaboration with a number of NGOs. The Nigerian school will have six classrooms, a fully equipped technical block, a computer lab, a library, and an administrative office.

    The school is being created in “together with Tabitha Cumi Foundation, a United Nations Economic and Social Council NGO that has helped empower over 10,000 women and girls through partnerships with organizations and countries such as the Embassy of Japan,” according to the team. The Nigerian school will serve a “underserved rural community of approximately 3500 people.”

    The developers behind the meme-inspired cryptocurrency also stated that the Guatemalan school will have two classrooms, while the Laos school will have three classrooms. These are the result of a collaboration with Pencils of Promise, a “global organization that has assisted in the construction of 580+ schools.”

    Floki Inu made waves after launching an ad campaign in Israel that is displayed on “8 premium walls” as well as “180 billboards & signage” in Israel’s “20 most major cities,”.

    That ad campaign followed a previous one released on London’s public transportation system with the phrase “Missed Doge? Get Floki” in an effort to “legitimize” the cryptocurrency and enhance “average consumer confidence” in purchasing it, according to Sabre, the project’s head of marketing.

    The advertising budget for Floki Inu is funded by a 4% fee levied on new buyers. The tokens will be used to “onboard influencers” as well as “further build and extend the Floki ecosystem.”

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