The Clover Collections

The Clover Collections finance the development of Eato X – Kitchen, Studio, & Lab, the headquarters of Eatosystem – a Sustainable Food System and the Eatoverse – a Virtual Food System & Educational Platform

100M by 2025

The Clover Collections

Invest in a Sustainable Food System

The Clover Collections are the entry level digital assets that fund the development of Eato X. The asset will be priced at 100 Euro/1X HBAR as a price mechanism to drive mass adoption to develop the project globally.

The collections will be minted on a continuum with the mission to develop a large global community and resources necessary to support Eato X’s expansion on a global scale.

The Collections Utilities

The collections will include utilities such as Membership, Voting, and Whitelist Access to all further investments.

Red Clover – Education

Soil, Farm, Enivornment, & About


Nitrogen Fixation – High Volume Silage

 The primary benefit of clover on organic farms is the ability to capture or ‘fix’ nitrogen from the air and feed it into the soil and surrounding plants.


Silage Production

The main role of red clover is for silage production, the final silage cut in the autumn. combination of excessive foliage removal and plant crown damage by hoof trampling. It is high yielding with yields of 12 to 16 t DM/ha achievable when grown with ryegrass. 


Fixes Nitrogen

Clover brings a variety of benefits as it fixes nitrogen from the atmosphere and so greatly reduces the quantity of inorganic nitrogen used. The process saves money while maintaining production levels & reducing the farm carbon footprint.



Red Clover

Red clover is a dark-pink herbaceous plant originating from Europe, Asia, and North Africa. It’s popular all over South America as a fodder crop to improve soil quality.

The flowering portion is used decoratively as an edible garnish or extract, & it can be extracted into essential oils.

Finally, it’s widely used as a traditional medicine to treat osteoporosis, heart disease, arthritis, skin disorders, cancer, respiratory problems like asthma, and women’s health issues, such as menstrual and menopausal symptoms.