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What is Injective Protocol?
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About Injective Protocol

Injective Protocol is a decentralized derivatives exchange based on Ethereum. Its mission is to create a more free and inclusive financial system through decentralization. Injective is controlled by INJ token holders who can propose and vote on ideas, such as exchange parameters, instead of relying on a centralized governing body to make such governing decisions. The exchange relies on book relayers to help manage liquidity and reduce instances of stuck transactions. What’s also appealing to users is the fact that the platform has zero gas fees.

 
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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

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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!

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

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