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What is Compound?
Key Facts + Compound Donation Stats

About Compound

Compound enables users to borrow cryptocurrency or earn interest on crypto they already hold. Compound is one of the most popular Ethereum-based dApps and Compound Labs, its developer, was backed by venture capital investment firm Andreessen Horowitz (a16z). When users deposit crypto, they receive cTokens in return which can increase in value over time and are redeemable for the original tokens deposited by users. Its governance coin, COMP, can be purchased via most third-party exchanges, and any COMP holder can propose changes to Compound’s protocol—true to the spirit of decentralization.

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How to Accept and Donate Compound to Charity
Accept Compound Donations

Hundreds of nonprofits are choosing to set up platforms for crypto donations because it will help them:

  • Connect with new, younger donors they typically struggle to engage with
  • Tap into the resources of the emerging crypto and blockchain industry
  • Stay ahead of the curve with today’s fundraising ecosystem

Find out why Save the Children, American Cancer Society and hundreds more are choosing the The Giving Block’s tools and services:

Donate Compound to Nonprofits

Investors can become donors by giving a portion of their crypto gains to charity.

  • It’s fast, secure and easy
  • It can drastically lower your taxes
  • It’s rewarding!

Feel great about giving to a nonprofit that accepts crypto donations:

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What is Ethereum?

Ethereum is a decentralized, open-source blockchain with smart contract functionality.

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What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency, that can be sent from user to user on a peer-to-peer network.

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5 Reasons Why Donating Crypto Can Lower Your Taxes

In recent years, we’ve seen hundreds of millions of dollars in cryptocurrency donated to nonprofits.

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