MPPOA - MINNESOTA’S LARGEST POLICE ASSOCIATION LAUNCHES NFT’S FOR NATIONAL POLICE WEEK TO MEMORIALIZE AND HONOR FALLEN OFFICERS
the Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association (MPPOA), the largest association representing police and peace officer professionals in the State of Minnesota, announces the launch of the “Fallen Hero NFT Collection.” in commemoration of “Peace Officers Memorial Day” on May 15th.
MPPOA is leveraging the new technology of NFTs to create digital memorials, saved forever on a blockchain, ensuring that fallen heroes are never forgotten. Individuals can own one of these limited edition NFTs in exchange for a donation with the proceeds going to MPPOA. The support shown by people who donate in exchange for these NFTs is also forever saved on the blockchain.
The 2021 Fallen Heroes NFT collection commemoratesis six fallen Minnesota officers.
NFTs can be acquired in exchange for a donation here: WEBSITE HERE
NFTs are short for non-fungible tokens and most often understood as a means to create uniqueness for a piece of digital art. NFTs tied to digital art have become valuable on open marketplaces frequented by NFT collectors. which accumulate value based on time and scarcity.
MPPOA is on the cutting edge of using NFTs within a fundraising campaign thanks to the NFT creating software platform called EngageMint.io
MPPOA Executive Director Brian Peters said, “MPPOA, as the voice of law enforcement, has been vocal about increased public safety for communities, and honoring those officers who run towards danger every day. This first NFT collection, launched during National Police Week, demonstrates this commitment. We hope others will support us and the law enforcement community.”