Bitcoin, the digital peer-to-peer currency, continues to gain momentum globally – so much so that The Money Project reckons it was the world’s top performing currency in 2015, as this infographic shows.
It’s unsurprising then that many people think that the virtual currency will be the future of charitable donations, with some charities already welcoming Bitcoin donations.
Will you be adopting this all-new currency for your next campaigns?
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