Pareto Network to Donate Portion of Proceeds to Clean Water Initiatives in Africa 7 2373

The Pareto Network, the financial intel network for traders and investors, announced today that a portion of proceeds from their upcoming PARETO Score sales will be going to various initiatives to equip underserved African communities with clean water.

“We’re excited to announce this project,” says Pareto Network CEO and co-founder Eric Lamison-White. “Providing basic essentials like water to communities in need has been a focus of our team, and we’re glad to have an opportunity to do our part.”

According to Lamison-White, the details of the upcoming Score sales and clean water initiatives will follow in the coming weeks. For more information about the Pareto Network and PARETO Score sales, visit

About the Pareto Network

The Pareto Network is a peer-to-peer content marketplace enabling users to submit real-time actionable intelligence to traders and investors. Users are then rewarded via Pareto Tokens based on the value of the content to the network. Founded by Eric Lamison-White and Ted Lanpher, the platform was created to address rampant misinformation in the blockchain community, in order to provide well-vetted and unbiased intel to the cryptocurrency community.

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