These quotes on crypto philanthropy, future potential, and more showcase crypto’s many uses for social good.
Debunking the dozen most common myths about nonprofit cryptocurrency fundraising.
Learn why Bitcoin is currently the most popular among cryptocurrencies, and how to ask for Bitcoin donations during the year-end giving season, and beyond.
A cryptocurrency is a form of digital currency that uses cryptography and blockchain to encrypt, secure, and verify transactions and proof of ownership.
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Accepting cryptocurrency donations is easier than stocks: open an account, receive donations, automatically convert them for cash, and issue automated tax receipts.
The cryptocurrency community is a young and philanthropic group of individuals yet less than 1% of nonprofits accept cryptocurrency. Why is that? Let’s break it down.
Less than 1% of nonprofits accept cryptocurrency donations. Fifteen years ago nonprofits were skeptical about credit card donations.