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Until now, Blockchain technology has mostly been seen as the underlying technology that allows digital currencies such as bitcoin to function. But many people still don’t realise that blockchain can be used and applied to other ends including to philanthropy. This could range from accepting donations in bitcoin or other currencies to a more fundamental shift in sending funds via a peer-to-peer network. In future, could ‘smart contracts’ run on the blockchain offer new ways for charities to raise money and even manage their projects more effectively? Can blockchain’s application to philanthropic causes restore public trust and scepticism over charitable ethics by increasing transparency? Could this new technology even allow for donations of intangible assets such as intellectual property as well as simply money?
Are you interested in finding out how UK charities and philanthropists can put this cutting-edge technology into effect to make the maximum impact for their giving or their charitable campaigns as well as understanding some of the possible pitfalls and risks? Please join Apple Fundraising and Unblocked Events for a special event to discuss this exciting new trend in philanthropic giving.
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