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The technology should
create a better world.

After Bitcoin, the first big blockchain created in 2009,
Ethereum was launched in 2015, as a software platform that
runs on a blockchain network.
Today, blockchain technology can create a better world
through projects like Belka token.

Blockchain technology has the potential to change nearly
every facet of our lives. Dr. Richard Smith, executive director
of the Foundation for the Study of Cycles, a nonprofit
organization dedicated to studying recurring patterns
throughout economies and cultures, calls it a “revolution.”

Now, in 2022, we want to start a revolution with Belka, the biggest
animal welfare project based on blockchain.

Laika and Belka, the stray dogs
that led the space race.

Before cosmonauts and astronauts, a team of
space dogs blasted into the inky unknown.
After Laika in November 1957, on 19 August 1960,
mongrels Belka and Strelka were blasted into orbit.

A real

BELKA is the first project integrating a global network of
animal welfare charities. We establish connections with
leading organizations for animal protection in US, Europe,
Asia, Africa and Australia. All real, not just promises.

A real

You can support our project directly
by donating BNB, or by investing
in Belka token and earn profits
from token growth.
All direct BNB donations is automatically transferred to
animal welfare organizations virtual wallets.
Also, a DONATION (as a transaction fee) is applied for buying
and selling Belka Token which will be automatically sent
in the organization virtual wallet ( as BNB payment).


3.7% is redirected to select charities (animal protection and rescue organizations).


2.3% is redirected to Belka Buyback and burn wallet.


2% Belka coins is redistributed to holders.


3.5 % is redirected to the marketing and development team of Belka.


1 % used for full-time Belka employees.

How trading fees
and donation work?

Belka Coin will have a WELFARE Trading fee of 3.5% which will be divided between the animal

welfare associations of the world as follows:

International – 1%

Europe – 0.5%

America – 1%

India 0.25%

Asia 0.25%

0.5% of the tax will be used by Belka Coin developers to build dog shelters in Eastern Europe, under the coordination of sponsored associations in Europe and internationally.


Concretely, the transaction tax can be transferred to animal welfare associations in two ways:

a) Animal protection associations virtual wallets – implemented in the Belka Coin code – transaction fee being transmitted in virtual wallet automatically, at each transaction. The tax transmission currency will be the Binance crypto currency (BNB). Subsequently, it can be transformed into fiat EUR / USD on an exchange platform, and the amounts withdrawn in the association’s accounts.


b) Weekly bank transfers from Belka coin developers to the bank account indicated by the animal welfare associations. In this situation the BNB / USD or EUR exchange will be performed on the exchange platforms by the project developers.


Currently, many crypto currencies without a dedicated purpose have a daily transaction amount.

For example :

BABYDOGE coin – 06.07.2021 – 38.159.408 USD

MINIDOGE coin – 06.06.2021 – 2.890.987 USD

EVERRISE 06.07.2021- 2.648.616 USD

As a result, 1% of the trading fee/day can be considered between $25,000/day for a medium coin and $400,000/day day if the coin is well known, with intensive marketing.

Belka marketing is made by worldwide experts not only in crypto marketing but also in social media and global B2B and B2C marketing.


Belka Project invited world known celebrities
to join and become Belka supporters.
Stay tuned for official announcements.

Darko Perić is a Serbian actor known for the Helsinki role in Money Heist.


Lindsay Dee Lohan is an American actress, singer, entrepreneur, and television personality.


Mike Tyson is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1985 to 2005.



Darko Peric, known for the Helsinki role in Money Heist is the first BELKA supporter. SEE INSTAGRAM





Transparency is part of our philosophy.
Find below our tokenomics.


2,000,000,000 BELKA

Belka Coin have two goals.

Supporting World Animal Welfare organizations and supporting

Belka community. Supporting You as an investor.


Support Wallet and Reflections

– Project wallet – 3,7%

– Reflexions in Belka – 1.5%


Community and Team

– Burn & BuyBack – 2,3%

– Marketing / Developers – 3,5%

– Operations wallet 1%

Total tax – 12 %

Please set the Pancake Swap slippage tolerance accordingly.

A high tax has also an anti-whale mechanism role.


Belka animated character from © Space Dogs movie

Charity Wallets
where Belka will donate.

Due to international legal and tax requirements, Belka Coin is not allowed to donate to charities without legal agreement. Until all the selected charities below have established agreements, donations will be divided evenly between those with agreements in place.

$100,000 for Ukraine

Animals have also become victims of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. They have been abandoned, trapped, slaughtered, and forced to flee with their refugee owners to new homes across Europe. Belka Coin is donating $100,000 to the efforts of Humane Society International. In addition to their growing teams in Poland, Romania, Italy and Germany, HSI has established partnerships with local animal organizations across Europe including Berliner Tiertafel (Germany), Association for Animals Tomaszow Lubelski (Poland), Stowarzyszenie Leśne Przytulisko (Poland), Bieszczadzka Organization for Animal Protection (Poland), Red Cross of Romania, Friulian-Ukrainian Cultural Association (Italy), and many others. We are proud to support Ukraine’s animals and Humane Society International.

For Europe

 0,8% to Humane Society International – Europe


Humane Society Europe is a leading force for animal protection in the European Union, with active campaigns to protect wildlife, reduce and replace animal use in scientific research and product testing, combat the slaughter of marine life and improve conditions for animals farmed for food, skins and fur. It works around the globe to promote the human-animal bond, rescue and protect dogs and cats, improve farm animal welfare, protect wildlife, promote animal-free testing and research, respond to natural disasters and confront cruelty to animals in all of its forms.

Donate HSI direct

0,40% to Four Paws

Why Four Paws?

Four Paws is a global animal welfare organization for animals under direct human influence, which reveals suffering, rescues animals in need and protects them. Four Paws operates mostly in Europe, but it also has internationals campaigns.

For example, Four Paws Acts is fighting against the unbelievable cruelty happening throughout Southeast Asia. Every, pet dogs and cats are stolen from loving families, leaving their owners desperate for their return. The animals are captured and then taken to slaughterhouses and markets to be brutally killed. Four Pawns also operates a rapid response, highly skilled expert unit equipped to help animals in the face of wars or in conflict zones. The team of veterinarians, rescue workers and crisis managers, is trained to work under such circumstances and operating worldwide.


0,4% will be used by the Developers Team to build or support animals shelters from Eastern Europe.

The main plan of the Developers Team is to build animals shelters in Eastern Europe (in countries like Romania, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Serbia). If the plan will be successful, all the expensed will be presented to community, as well as the progress of the project (plans, constructions built, work stages, etc.)

For United States

0,6 % to the Black Beauty Ranch

Why Black Beauty Ranch?

The Black Beauty Ranch is member of the Humane Society of United States family. With over 1,400 acres, Black Beauty Ranch is home to nearly 800 domestic and exotic animals, many of whom have been rescued from near-death situations.

The ranch was founded in 1979 in Murchison, Texas by author and animal advocate Cleveland Amory. Its residents were saved from research laboratories, law enforcement seizures and cruelty cases. Others have been rescued from roadside zoos or were former victims of the exotic pet trade. Still others came from public lands where they were threatened with extermination by the federal government. Bison and cattle, horses and burros, antelope and apes, reptiles and tigers: all have permanent, safe homes at the ranch.

0,6% to The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)

Why the ASPCA?

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) was the first humane society to be established in North America and is, today, one of the largest in the world.

The organization was founded on the belief that animals are entitled to kind and respectful treatment at the hands of humans and must be protected under the law. Headquartered in New York City, the ASPCA maintains a strong local presence, and with programs that extend their anti-cruelty mission across the country, are recognized as a national animal welfare organization.

The ASPCA work, by numbers, between January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020: 104,900+ Animals assisted, 27,700+ Animals relocated, 370,590+ Animals helped by Animal Poison Control Center, 47,000+ spay/neuter surgeries performed.

For Asia

0,5% to Animals Asia

Why Animals Asia?

Animals Asia is devoted to ending bear bile farming and improving the welfare of animals across Asia They promote compassion and respect for all animals and work to bring about long-term change. Animals Asia also works end to abusive animal practices in zoos and safari parks in Southeast Asia, to end the trade in dogs and cats for food in Asia, and collaborates with governments and NGO’s to improve the welfare of companion animals.

For India

0,4% to AnimalAid Unlimited

Why AnimalAid Unlimited

AnimalAid Unlimited rescues and treats the un-owned street animals of Udaipur who have become ill or injured, and through their rescue inspire a community to protect and defend the lives of all animals.

AnimalAid Unlimited rescued thousands of animals every year and we use their stories and our work to inspire and engage both the local community and people around the world.

BELKA coin

Phase 1 (APRIL 2022)

  • Website and Social Media Channels Launch
  • Development and deployment of smart contract
  • Marketing & Partnership with influencers and celebrities
  • Team KYC
  • Audit
  • Community Growth
  • Release of first NFT collection

Phase 2 (SPRING 2022)

  • PancakeSwap  Launch using Pinksale platform (presale)
  • Continuous relationships with major animal welfare associations and care facilities to accept donations in Belka Coin
  • CoinGecko and CoinMarketCap listing
  • Charity donations to animal welfare associations
  • Whitepaper Release
  • DEX listing
  • 15.000 Holders

Phase 3 (STARTING IN JUNE 2022)

  • NFT collection with saved stray dogs/helped animals
  • Partnership with major animal food producers to accept payments in Belka Coin
  • Partnership with veterinary clinics and hospitals to accept payments in Belka Coin
  • Listing on major exchanges
  • Building animal shelters
  • Changing the way we help animals by developing a welfare blockchain platform which will allow people do easy donate through an API integrated in major exchanges like Binance, Mandala, OKEx, Coinbase.

Why Belka Coin
is different?

Belka Project goal is to create a continuous bridge
between blockchain technology and real life.
People’s power can change the status-quo and
Belka empowers people for the years to come.

Being a project based on a crypto token,
transparency is the key.
Our Head of Development is Peter Sabadac.
You can write him on
or meet him on our official Telegram Group.
Our team is based in Europe.






Who were Belka
and Strelka,
the stray dogs
that led
the space race?

Belka / Museum of Astronautics, Moskow

Strelka / Museum of Astronautics, Moskow

Before cosmonauts and astronauts, a team of Soviet space dogs blasted into the inky unknown. And the descendants of those that survived ended up living in the last place you might expect.

Meet Belka and Strelka, the two dogs who changed the face of space history and became international celebrities in the process! In 1960, two stray dogs were plucked from the streets of Moscow to become space pioneers. This quirky and delightful picture book tells the incredible true story of these heroic strays. Selected from a number of potential canine cosmonauts, Belka and Strelka are put through their paces on the ground, as they practice rocket simulations and wearing spacesuits, before being launched into outer space as the first ever living creatures to successfully orbit the Earth. Miraculously, the dogs survive the mission and upon their return embark on a tour of the USSR, clad in their carefully tailored jumpsuits – one red, one green – becoming international celebrities. As for their legacy, less than a year after their safe return the Soviet space programme felt confident enough to send the first human into space.

Belka (Белка, literally, “squirrel”, or alternatively “Whitey”) and Strelka (Стрелка, “little arrow”) spent a day in space aboard Korabl-Sputnik 2 (Sputnik 5) on 19 August 1960 before safely returning to Earth. They are considered the first higher living organisms to survive in outer space.

They were accompanied by a grey rabbit, 42 mice, two rats, flies and several plants and fungi. All passengers survived.

They were the first Earth-born creatures to go into orbit and return alive.


Strelka went on to have six puppies with a male dog named Pushok who participated in many ground-based space experiments, but never made it into space. One of the puppies was named Pushinka (Пушинка, “Fluffy”) and was presented to President John F. Kennedy by Nikita Khrushchev in 1961. A Cold War romance bloomed between Pushinka and a Kennedy dog named Charlie, resulting in the birth of four puppies that JFK referred to jokingly as pupniks. Two of their puppies, Butterfly and Streaker, were given away to children in the Midwest. The other two puppies, White Tips and Blackie, stayed at the Kennedy home on Squaw Island but were eventually given away to family friends. Pushinka’s descendants were still living at least as of 2015. A photo of descendants of some of the Space Dogs is on display at the Zvezda Museum in Tomilino outside Moscow.


A Russian animated feature film called Belka and Strelka: Star Dogs (English title: Space Dogs) was released in 2010 and a book was written “The Amazing Story of Belka and Strelka”.


Who would have thought that homeless dogs picked up off the streets of Moscow would become some of the Soviet Union’s biggest stars?

Belka and Strelka can be considered the first ‘space pop stars.’

Their celebrity status played a significant role in the confrontation between the two opposing ideologies of the Cold War. Most importantly, the image of Belka and Strelka had made space more ‘human.’ Whereas Laika’s tragic end had split the world into two halves – those who would sacrifice the dog for the sake of winning the Space Race, and those who could not justify her death – the images of the two adorable dogs comically paddling in zero-gravity, dressed in their tailored spacesuits, seemed to have made the idea of the cosmos a little warmer. Space could now be perceived as home, perhaps faraway and fantastic, but already awaiting man, who was scheduled to visit very soon.