Getting to grips with the technology underlying blockchain and cryptocurrency can seem ‘cryptic’. But these innovations have some clear benefits for the charity sector, as we explain.
Give Bytes uses cryptomining using blockchain technology to convert unused processing power from computers into cryptocurrency and donations to charity.
The Heritage platform aims to help charities better measure return on investment and manage relationships with third parties.
Italian wildlife charitable body becomes the latest large NGO to endorse blockchain and join the cryptocurrency giving community.
Vantage Network to work with Charity Navigator in move toward establishment of more transparency for givers who want to track what their donations are used for.
Hong Kong-based social impact project funding platform is financed to expand operations, with grants available ranging from US$10,000 to US$100,000.
New programme between BitGive and University of Edinburgh will research impact of bitcoin on global crypto-philanthropy trends, and provide guidelines for charity practitioners.
IBM and Global Citizen invite developers to find ways to bring blockchain benefits to third sector transactions.
Better track and trace means field agencies can have more confidence that medications are real thing.
Solution strengthens capacity of grantees in charity fundraising and crowdfunding, says Foundation.