Business Model

WWP's business model revolves around three core components :

fundraising, project execution, and technology integration. 

Funds are raised through BitBEDR token donations and DeFi mechanisms, 

which are then allocated to well construction and maintenance projects. 

The integration of blockchain technology ensures 

transparency and efficiency in fund management.

WWP's Core Components


Utilizing the BitBEDR token to facilitate donations and engage the crypto community. 

Leveraging DeFi platforms to create innovative fundraising mechanisms, 

such as staking and liquidity mining, to attract more donors.

Project Execution

Partnering with local organizations to implement water projects efficiently and effectively. Ensuring that all projects meet high standards of quality and sustainability.

Technology Integration

Using blockchain technology to manage donations and project funding transparently. Implementing smart contracts to automate fund distribution and ensure accountability.



Individuals and organizations that contribute funds to support WWP projects. 

Donors are incentivized through the use of BitBEDR tokens and NFTs, 

which provide tangible recognition of their contributions.


Communities in water-scarce regions 

that receive clean water access through WWP initiatives. 

Beneficiaries are actively involved in the planning and 

execution of projects to ensure that their needs are met.


NGOs, local governments, and private companies 

that collaborate with WWP to implement projects. 

Partners provide local expertise, resources, 

and support to ensure the success of projects.

Revenue Streams

Token Sales

Generating funds through the sale of BitBEDR tokens on various exchanges. 

The sale of tokens provides a steady stream of revenue to support WWP projects and operations.

Partnerships and Grants

Securing financial support from international organizations and philanthropic foundations. Partnerships and grants provide additional funding and 

resources to expand the reach and impact of WWP.

Service Fees

Charging minimal fees for consulting and technical support provided to other NGOs and governmental bodies. Service fees help to cover operational costs 

and ensure the sustainability of the program.

WWP's business model is designed to be scalable and sustainable, ensuring that the program can continue to grow and make a significant impact on global water scarcity.

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