Now accepting APE | The Giving Block

The Giving Block Adds Support for ApeCoin (APE)

The Giving Block is excited to announce that we’re adding support for ApeCoin (APE) in our donation widget and fundraising platform. ApeCoin joins a growing list of more than 70 cryptocurrencies that nonprofits can accept with the fundraising tools and services powered by The Giving Block.

ApeCoin (APE)

ApeCoin (APE)

ApeCoin (APE) is an ERC-20 governance and utility token compliant with the Ethereum network. Launched by Yuga Labs, the creative group behind the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), one of the most well-known NFT projects to date, APE will be the primary token for new BAYC-related products. Additional use cases include governance within the ApeCoin DAO, incentives for developers participating in the APE ecosystem, and the ability for participants to use a currency that can be used without centralized intermediaries.

We’re excited to be adding new cryptocurrencies because it gives donors more flexibility in the way they donate. We recognize that converting from one crypto to another can be a taxable event in many countries, so we want to offer flexibility to accept other tokens directly.

Alex Wilson

Co-Founder, The Giving Block

How to Donate ApeCoin to Charity

With this latest update, more than 1,400 nonprofits, universities, faith-based and other mission-oriented organizations can now accept ApeCoin donations on The Giving Block widget and platform. Donors looking to support an organization or cause that’s important to them with ApeCoin can do so by browsing nonprofits and Impact Index Funds and selecting ApeCoin in the donation widget when completing the transaction.

About The Giving Block

The Giving Block makes Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency fundraising easy for nonprofits. Empowering mission-driven organizations, charities, universities, and faith-based organizations of all sizes to leverage crypto technology to achieve their mission. Discover why cryptocurrency is the fastest growing donation method for Millennial and Gen-Z donors, at TheGivingBlock.com.