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Tax Help

Tax Help

Donating crypto is one of the best ways to reduce your tax burdens. That’s why we work with the leaders in crypto taxes to help our major donors give in a way that works best for them and our charities.

How donating crypto lowers taxes

When you donate crypto, everybody wins.

When you donate crypto to a nonprofit, you receive a tax deduction for the value of the crypto, and avoid the capital gains tax you would have paid if you sold the crypto before donating. This means donating crypto can translate into a larger donation and a higher tax deduction.

Tax Advice & Software

Need tax advice and/or software to help you track your crypto taxes?

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Tax Help Less than 1% of nonprofits accept cryptocurrency donations. Fifteen years ago nonprofits were skeptical about credit card donations.
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About The Giving Block

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