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A brand-new NGO world

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The NGO Management Protocol (“NGOMP”) is the world's first blockchain technology-based management protocol especially developed for NGOs. The protocol adopts an intelligent contract mechanism, and constructs a universal management mechanism of digital asset token for NGOs (known as “NGOT”) through blockchain technology and digital capitalization.

NGOMP aims to achieve an integrated development mechanism through blockchain technology and digital capitalization, enhance the dynamism of NGOs, maximize resources sharing, promote the orderly and fast development of the NGO sector, and make concerted efforts to build a harmonious and prosperous global NGO ecosystem.

Decentralized management

Introduce a newly designed decentralized master contract which accords with the natural decentralization attributes of NGOs. Take the joint input of off-chain data and on-chain data as the triggering condition to complete the execution of the contract, and improve the management efficiency, membership adhesion and operational capacity of NGOs.

Intelligent contract

A compliant intelligent management mechanism can efficiently supervise and guide the daily management and operation of NGOs, and issue intelligent early warnings to reduce operational risks. Meanwhile, the more open and transparent mechanism will help to expand the numbers of NGOs.

Cross-organizational synergy

A decentralized open source collaboration platform which builds a bridge and link for communication and collaboration among different NGOs, increases the frequency of exchanges and cooperation, speeds up the circulation of NGO Token, and generates higher value premium effects.

NGO value circulation

Each NGO can issue their own tokens and use them as the medium and exchange item for internal and cross-organizational collaboration. The tokens possess an investment attribute and can increase asset quantity and long-term asset value, thus completing interaction between NGOs and the real business world.

Chief Advisors

  • Takemorikou Hayashi

    President of Japan Society for the Promotion of Culture

  • Gu ChaoQing

    President of Business Association of China in Vietnam

  • Andrea Bezin

    President of Russian Ural Federal Chamber of Commerce and Industry

  • Ake Weyler

    President of Swedish Textile Importers Association

  • Brendan Hoare

    President of Organics Aotearoa New Zealand

  • Vijay Kalantri

    President of All India Association of Industries

  • Patrick Blain

    President of the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA)

  • Tracy Colgan

    President of China-Australia Chamber of Commerce

  • Jack Gerard

    CEO of the American Petroleum Institute

  • Carma Elliot CMG OBE

    President of British Council

  • Matthias Wissmann

    President of German Automobile Industry Association (VDA)

  • Ricardo Monti

    President of Italian Trade Commission

  • Mario

    President of Brazilian Feed Industry Association

  • Orlando Hernández Guillén

    President of Chamber of Commerce of Cuba

  • Bhalakula

    President of Thai-Chinese Culture and Economy Association

Development Timeline

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