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Blockchain technology in the form of smart contracts could help solve what a London startup has called a ‘trust crisis’ in charities.
California’s Senate is considering a bill which would ban sales of raffle tickets in Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
A large amount of legitimate businesses globally have opened up to the digital currency. Slowly, but rather persistently, Bitcoin is getting accepted in Russia as well.
Alibaba's introduction of tamper-proof Blockchain technology to improve accountability in the Chinese charity industry will boost the trend, particularly among other organizations.
Ethereum based startup, Trust Stamp has announced the founding of DAOTRUST.
Hotelgo24.com is a unique online booking service which gives away Bitcoins for every reservation.
BitPOS and the International Anti-Poaching Foundation are raising Bitcoins to combat poaching in Africa.
Two students of Penn State have started a club that focuses on the building of future for the Bitcoin while doing some charity on their way.
The founder of a homeless outreach center in Florida is trying to raise 1,000 BTC by running from Miami to San Francisco.
We have seen a number of examples recently that perfectly illustrate how Bitcoin’s ease-of-transaction feature could revolutionize donations and charities.
Many articles have featured adult merchants that have started to accept bitcoin as payment for their products or services.
As previous news have reported more and more companies active in different branches of economics are combining their development perspectives with the introduction of bitcoin payment method.
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