The pilot project in Kenya, launched at the beginning of June this year, will verify the efficiency of WaterToken as a vehicle for direct charity. If successful, new WaterToken will be issued or previously issued WaterTokens diluted for use with new public access clean water systems installed in other towns and villages. All the information about the purchase, donation, and redemption of WaterToken will be stored on blockchain for transparency and analysis needed for more accurate planning, allocation and cost reduction for development of local clean drinking water systems.
Each contributor will be able to see how funds are spent, inspiring trust in the system and repeat donations to move the development forward.

Whole distribution system is transparent. On WaterToken website  you can find:

  1. The location of certain water dispenser
  2. Total amount of dispensed water
  3. Certificate of Water Quality Control
  4. Live stream record of the first day of water distribution

And much more!

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