An innovative project to raise funds through the sale of NFT photos
Engage customary leaders
Signing commitments for the conservation and restoration of forests through sacredness and mystical surveillance.
Sell NFT art portraits
Produce and sell in physical and digital form (NFT) the photo works of traditional chiefs and heritage
Mobilize US$30,000 for each community and support sustainable family forestry and agroecology projects.
3KTC is a fusion of artistic photography with DeFi (Decentralized Finance). The approach consists of:
- Engage 3,000 traditional chiefs from 11 carbon safe provinces of the Congo, to sanctify 3 million ha of threatened natural forests and create a 100 ha exclusion zone, for the natural regeneration of a community carbon sink;
- Make portraits of committed customary leaders with the renowned photographer , Serge Anton www.sergeanton.be, assisted by Congolese photographers;
- Sell the portraits in NFT (inviolable digital title deeds associated with a virtual art object) at 28,000 USD or in 2000 partsat 14 $ (current price of the forest carbon credit): (digitization and traceability www.settlemint.com );
- Invest the income from the sale of NFT portraits in community projects of agroecology and sustainable family forestry, promoting inclusive co-prosperity;
- Generate community-based carbon credits and reinvest revenues in inclusive endogenous sustainable development projects.
The ambition is to mobilize and invest by 2024, US$100 million to preserve and restore more than 3.3 million ha of forests with high carbon and ecological value and to get 2.5 million people out of the extreme poverty.
- Avoid and sequester more than 100 million tons of Co2,
- Restore 300,000 ha of ecological forest,
- Avoid the deforestation of 25,200 ha of natural tropical forests,
- Conserve 3 million ha of forest with high carbon and ecological value
- Multiply the income of 360,000 rural households by ten (from $500 to $5,000)
- Develop 1.44 Mha of sustainable family agro-sylvo-pastoral micro farms
- Improve the well-being of 2.5 million inhabitants