Dimitra Sponsorship Program for Individuals

Exciting news! Dimitra has launched an individual sponsorship program. When DMTR token holders stake tokens, they can also sponsor individual farms and projects with which Dimitra works.

Dimitra’s partnerships are across the globe, and so far, we have signed agreements with farm associations, NGOs, Farming Cooperatives, and National/Local Governments. Our list of partner nations and NGOs/Farming Cooperatives is growing by the day.

Dimitra Sponsorship Program

  • When you choose to sponsor a project/region/farmer, your DMTR tokens are locked for a one-year period.
  • The Dimitra licensing model resets on an annual basis.  
  • You will get a reminder one month before the end of your one-year term of sponsoring the farmer and choose whether you'd like to continue supporting the farmer and project or unstake your tokens.

  • Make a real and tangible difference in the lives of farmers who need our technology but can’t afford it.
  • Empower farming families and improve their communities directly and tangibly.
  • As a DMTR token holder, you are directly involved in making a difference. You'll see how many farms you've impacted within the portal, which is pretty amazing.
  • Improve food security, food traceability, and crop output in developing countries.
  • Be part of a project that is bringing people together and bringing real-world adoption to a crypto project.
  • By supporting Dimitra, an ESG-focused company aligned with the United Nations SDG goals, you will advance our mission to support one farm at a time, overcoming the worldwide issues of food security and improving the lives of farmers.


Project carried out with the government of the state of Oruro to find ways to bring new technologies to farmers in the states who suffer from low productivity due to lack of access to information that helps them to learn about the best agricultural practices.

There are more than 24,000 local farmers, of which more than 20,000 are considered micro farmers with no access to technology.

Dimitra is working to provide technology to these producers, which is essential to fight hunger and poverty in the countryside.
Check out the article here: https://dimitratech.medium.com/creating-opportunities-for-farmers-in-bolivia-ff8bf9769d.

Dimitra is working with the National Federation of Panela Producers, also known as Fedepanela, which represents the entire Panela sector in Colombia, to promote the use of technology for this important sector in Colombia.

The panela sector is the second largest agroindustry in social importance in Colombia, with more than 75,000 farms operated by more than 350,000 families and generating more than 377,805 jobs annually.

Together, Fedepanela and Dimitra will deliver cutting-edge technologies and data-driven insights to farmers, allowing them access to information and guidelines that help improve their profitability in an increasingly sustainable way through Dimitra’s application.
Check out the article with more information here: https://dimitratech.medium.com/dimitra-collaborates-on-digitization-of-the-colombian-panela-sugar-cane-sector-2de858e0e35d.

Solok Radjo and Dimitra have signed an agreement to develop a solution accelerating the growth and profitability of Solok’s coffee to premium export markets. Demand for traceability and provenance in today’s coffee industry requires that the solution manages all areas of the extended supply chain — farming, harvesting, collection, processing, batching, and exporting.

Solok Radjo’s sustainability strategy has seen the development of an integrated agricultural ecosystem. As well as agroforestry, this ecosystem incorporates cattle as a source of dietary protein, domestic income generation, and fertilizer byproducts that are then spread on the coffee plantation.

By leveraging the power of the Dimitra ‘Connected Coffee’ application and dashboard, vital information will be collected and added to the Dimitra blockchain to provide immutable records of events for the traceability of Solok Radjo coffee for export to the United States, Australia, and Europe.

Solok Radjo Cooperative is a network of 3300 members producing coffee for domestic and export markets. The cooperative’s point of difference is their focus on sustainable agriculture and re-forestry throughout the coffee-growing activities. Protecting coffee plots with shade trees provides a buffer for soil erosion and prolongs the coffee cherry ripening window. The members are trained in healthy agroforestry practices, planning for the next crop and the next, as this one is reaped. Solok Radjo — “coffee for the people and the earth.”
Read more about the project here: https://dimitratech.medium.com/connecting-indonesian-coffee-to-the-world-e84cd0a1f4a7

The OBC Indian Chamber of Commerce, Industries, and Agriculture is a not-for-profit established to enhance farm productivity by adopting regenerative farming with Agri-processing of Agri commodities and the conservation of biodiversity within a sustainable development framework in India.

Dimitra Incorporated is a global technology company that provides an ecosystem of agricultural technology products aimed at advancing smallholder farming performance through mobile technology, IoT sensors, artificial intelligence, blockchain, satellite imagery, and drones.

This contract will focus on enhancing farming productivity while doubling farmers' income by applying digital technology and regenerative methods in crop and livestock farming. Dimitra and OBC will be working to collect data through a combination of mobile, sensor, and satellite technology and then analyze the data with machine learning to quantify soil organic content across 1.3 million farms.
Read more about this here: https://www.einpresswire.com/article/545808379/dimitra-agriculture-awarded-technology-contract

Dimitra Incorporated is working with Ahprocafe, a coffee association in Honduras that has more than 100,000 associated farmers and dozens of local cooperatives. They bring state-of-the-art technology to coffee farmers, specifically traceability and AI, adding value to coffee locally.

Dimitra and Ahprocafe will provide traceability for the coffee grown in Honduras by implementing Dimitra’s Connected Coffee Platform in as many cooperatives as possible.

This solution provides real-time track and trace on coffee beans throughout different levels of the supply chain, ensuring farmers’ operations are transparent and credible — attracting more customers looking for safe, premium quality coffee.

Read the article here: https://dimitratech.medium.com/adding-traceability-and-data-to-your-coffee-1d2ad28ad155