We hope to have the opportunity to introduce to you a unique form of Cryptocurrency Tokenization and present our unique proposal to you called the A.R.C (Anonymous Reciprocating Conservation) which we believe could have a significant impact on two of the most difficult challenges facing cities in 2019:
(1) Addressing climate change and its impact on animal conservation and;
(2) Tackling the escalation of homelessness in urban cities across the United States.
We are hoping to adapt one of the concepts of a doctoral thesis in International Business into a new and powerful way to make an impact on animal conservation and homelessness. Our concept is working brilliantly to increase funding through the deployment of our social-sharing cryptocurrency called Brezcoin for Clean Water for Haiti (CWH), the inspiration for our CruiseVotes Cryptocurrency Project.
Firstly, the project that we am proposing is called the ARC (Anonymous Reciprocating Conservation) which empowers young adolescent children (ages 8 – 12) who are now referred to as the “first generation to witness the impact of climate change” as many coastal cities such as Miami and New Orleans could be submerged underwater by the year 2070. If we take the Albuquerque Zoo as an example for deployment of the ARC, we could utilize the concept of the Golden Token “tokenization” coupled with a “Zoocoin” Cryptocurrency (a simple ERC-20 Ethereum-based Cryptocurrency) which would allow every visitor to interact and engage with the ARC (Anonymous Reciprocating Conservation) System upon entry. As we walk through the Albuquerque Zoo, the exhibits are void of QR Codes which could empower young children to learn more about the true origin of each respective animal’s habitat and the crisis that the animals face in that region. Education spawns compassion and compassion is the path to engagement and Enlightenment. Another form of engagement to enrich the conservation movement at the Albuquerque Zoo is the use of Bluetooth Proximity Marketing to distribute crypto Golden Tokens to visitors which will empower them to utilize some of today’s most popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin to directly make an impact to battle climate change and support conservation. According to recent data posted on the AZA (Association of Zoo and Aquariums) website, as little as $220 Million is contributed to animal conservation each year. Considering the calamity of the climate change as we approach the “point of no return” for Planet Earth, $220 Million is a drop in the bucket with respect to what global citizens should really be investing to tackle this problem. The A.R.C facilitates the deployment of a QR code tokenization system that is subscription based. For example, when a mobile phone is equipped with a free QR code reader, it allows the subscriber to engage with surrounding media on a completely different level. We would like to propose that the City and the Zoo consider the development of its own cryptocurrency (i.e. ABQcoin or ABQtoken) which is best suited for deployment on the Ethereum Network due to its versatility for deploying of smart contracts.
There are several methods of deploying QR codes throughout the city and the zoo which would serve different missions such as (1) allowing people to engage through subscription to short code information services for animal conservation and fighting homelessness. For example, an 10-year old child searching for purpose in his or her life and visiting the Zoo for the first time from Minnesota, could scan a QR code on the Orangutan exhibit and subscribe to a short code burst of a 30-day edu-series about the origin of its family, information about its original habitat and the habitat of its ancestors and the challenges that the habitat is facing today and will face in the future. This edu-series should include the ability to send a cryptocurrency directly to farmers in the local area to save habitats. A short code mobile burst could be even more engaging and empowering with its own cryptocurrency linked to a local non-profit that provides subsidy alternatives for farmers in the animal’s source country to explore alternative crops that lessen encroachment on a species habitat. Humane Society International utilizes the “Subsidy Alternatives” very effectively to give Dog Meat Farms in South Korea and China crop alternatives to reduce the torture of animals at the Yulin and Boknal Festivals each year. Ultimately, the deployment of the ARC with respect to animal conservation is designed to empower this first young “climate” battalion.
Secondly, the impact of the homelessness in the City of Albuquerque is far reaching and it has many damaging effects on the development of the downtown urban area. Unfortunately, it is severely limiting the area to attract high-tech companies and talent to Albuquerque. The concept of the ARC can also be deployed in the City utilizing a unique cryptocurrency by allowing residents to use QR codes and proximity marketing technology to learn more about local homeless shelters and safe havens for the homeless to establish a “physical living address” which will allow them to open a bank account and reenter the workplace. I would propose assigning a Golden Token with a QR code to each homeless shelter and use Bluetooth proximity marketing to engage local passers-by to interact with tokenization and a cryptocurrency to increase funding for homeless shelters to engage and interact with each Shelter’s Mission to make a greater impact in the community.
Tokenization and the deployment of cryptocurrency-based technology are two of the most powerful concepts that could be used to tackle the issues of climate change and conservation and homelessness. With emerging mobile technologies and the greater acceptance of decentralized cryptocurrency based applications (Dapps) migrating through the mainstream of everyday use among Americans, the development of a cryptocurrency specific to tackling human problems could offer many solutions. We have posted a link to our proposal, “Anonymous Reciprocating Conservation” on our blog, CruiseVotes.com and you can learn more about the concept of creating a tokenized economy with a cryptocurrency for engagement and learn how we use my own social-sharing cryptocurrency, Brezcoin to raise awareness and funding for our favorite charity, Clean Water for Haiti (CWH). Hopefully, we will have the opportunity to work with your Task Force on developing ideas for tokenization and cryptocurrency deployment to tackle basic human problems such as climate change, animal conservation and homelessness.
Admins @ CruiseVotes.com