Our experiment is simple, we’re testing the hypothesis that crypto can give opportunities to those afflicted by income inequality. To do this, we’ve partnered with Global Empowerment Mission, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2011 that has supported 295 missions in 28 countries, all 50 US states, and territories including the Caribbean.
We chose G.E.M. as a third party administrator and auditor of our donation fund for many reasons, one of which is its Guidestar Platinum Seal of Transparency; we believe is important so that crypto investors can feel confident their donations are held accountable to fulfill their charitable mission(s).
One of our first incubators is in Honduras, where G.E.M. will work with Humanity and Hope United to build sustainable homes, provide grand farm irrigation, and new job creation in the underserved remote villages of the country.
Our second incubator is on the island of Puerto Rico, where 1% own 99% of the island’s assets, as is the case with the majority of the global economy. Conversations with our Puerto Rican contacts are in progress, and Fat Cat Killer, through G.E.M., will choose our charitable institution(s) within the coming weeks. G.E.M. has a strong presence in Puerto Rico through its robust mission of delivering food, aid, shelter, clean water, and the subsequent rebuilding efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Fat Cat Killer’s desire to close the gap in income inequality is achieved by creating opportunities for disadvantaged individuals and their respective communities across the globe. With our partners, we will help fund the creation of economic opportunity zones, sustainable villages, disaster response, single mothers, youth programs, and provide the tools and education to empower and elevate those less fortunate onto a more level playing field.