What is Keep3r (KP3R)?
Key Facts + Keep3r (KP3R) Donation Stats

About KP3R

KP3R is a governance token of the Keep3r Network, a decentralized job listing platform.

KP3R is an ERC-20 utility token native to the Keep3r Network, a decentralized registry designed to match organizations and other entities with technical professionals known as “Keepers.” A Keeper refers to a person, bot, and/or team that executes a usually autonomous task. To become a Keeper and receive KP3R rewards from completing jobs, a Keeper needs to “bond” with a job. If a bonded Keeper is selected for a job, they will receive KP3R rewards once the job has been successfully completed.

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Why Donate K?

Since KP3R has appreciated significantly, donating KP3R and other cryptocurrencies can save you money on your taxes. Because the IRS classifies cryptocurrency as property, this means you don’t have to pay capital gains tax on your donation and can deduct the amount on your tax return. This is why financial advisors recommend you donate your most highly appreciated assets first. Users who donate and enter their email address will automatically get a compliant tax receipt.

Don’t want your KP3R stack to decrease? Repurchase the same amount of KP3R afterward and still get the same tax benefits to offset some (or all) of your gains.

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