Funding Allocation

At The Pedigree Society, we are committed to supporting and growing within the Cardano space, and we are dedicated to keeping as much funding within the ecosystem as possible. Mint proceeds from the collection have been carefully allocated across all areas of development and growth:

DApp Development - 50%

This is the biggest recipient area of the Funding Allocation. This amount of resource is required to build a high-end and user friendly DApp, which is being developed under The funding will cover: - Infrastructure - Front-end development - Back-end development

Operations - 15%

This will cover software handling and maintenance, along with running costs of DApp. This allocation is also dedicated to growing The Pedigree Society wider team to remain at the forefront of web3.

Minting - 10%

Peppermint will oversee the collection release. This allocation will cover this partnership, ensuring the process and user experience is seamless.

Marketing - 5%

This allocation will be used to grow The Pedigree Society brand and onboard users into space. It will be utilised to raise awareness and also contribute to brand improvements when necessary.

Team - 15%

This allocation will enable the core team to continue working full time and deliver effectively on The Pedigree Society's vision and plans.

Community - 5%

This fund will promote community growth and assist with securing collaborations with partners across Cardano and other blockchains: - Partnered Staking - Community Competitions - Game Nights - Collaborations - Onboarding Members

Additional Funding


All royalties from secondary market sales will be retained within The Pedigree Society ecosystem and contribute owards the Funding Allocation.

Project Catalyst Fund

We are not currently seeking Catalyst funding but this may be utilised as we progress through our plans. Any active proposals will be detailed in this section.


We will be setting up a specific wallet address per allocation area to ensure full transparency. Company accounts will be filed in accordance with UK Governance.

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