Booking Service Hotelgo24.com Supports Charity in Bitcoins
Hotelgo24.com is a unique online booking service which gives away Bitcoins for every reservation.
Hotelgo24.com is a unique online booking service which gives away Bitcoins for every reservation. Now, it allows user to donate Bitcoins to a chosen charity organization.
Hotelgo24.com provides an easy-to-use website with comprehensive compilation of hotel rooms in nearly any city across the world. Booking does not require registration. The service offers attractive prices for accommodation. Rates are equal or even lower than on other, popular websites. Each user gets a Bitcoin reward after a successful booking. The amount of Bitcoin cash back depends on the reservation value and BTC exchange rate on the day of booking. It can reach up to 5% and it is displayed next to the price of a renting room. Bitcoin cash back can be sent to any BTC address. But that’s not all!
Hotelgo24.com not only promotes Bitcoin but also cares for charitable causes. A user can decide to transfer Bitcoins to a charity organization. He may support activities of:
- BitHope - the first Bulgarian non-governmental organization (NGO) in the public benefit that uses only cryptocurrency to accumulate funds for the campaigns that are hosted on the BitHope.org platform.
- WikiLeaks – an organization that specializes in the analysis and publication of large datasets of censored or otherwise restricted official materials involving war, spying and corruption.
- The Water Project - a non-profit organization unlocking human potential by providing reliable water projects to communities in sub-Saharan Africa who suffer needlessly from a lack of access to clean water and proper sanitation.
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