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The Giving Block launches ‘Crypto Giving Pledge’ to ramp up crypto donation efforts



The Giving Block, a number one cryptocurrency donations platform, has launched a brand new initiative with the acknowledged objective of constructing crypto essentially the most charitable trade on this planet. 

The “Crypto Giving Pledge” encourages digital asset buyers to pledge at the least 1% of their holdings to charities every year and for cryptocurrency corporations to contribute 1% of their income towards related causes. Customers can be a part of the initiative anonymously and with out having to disclose their contributions.

If everybody in crypto donated 1% of their holdings to charities, they might collectively elevate $20 billion primarily based on the present market capitalization of digital belongings.

Alex Wilson, co-founder of The Giving Block, mentioned the brand new initiative “will transform the way the world views cryptocurrency and create the largest influx of charitable giving that the world has ever seen.”

Pat Duffy, the group’s different co-founder, mentioned the initiative will do three issues that “everyone in crypto wants to see happen,” particularly:

“One, it will generate a ton of money for amazing causes in critical need of this support. Two, for pledgers in the US in particular, the donations made through this pledge will erase millions of dollars in crypto tax burdens for donors. And third, it will put to bed this idea that crypto is bad, which we believe is the primary barrier slowing the mainstream adoption of crypto.”

“Crypto Giving Pledge” is launching in collaboration with Founder’s Circle, an trade group that can promote the initiative. The Giving Block has already despatched open invites to outstanding trade voices like Michael Saylor, Elon Musk, Mind Armstrong, Joseph Lubin, Barry Silbert and others. Though their participation has not been confirmed, different trade leaders have already signed up and their commitments will quickly be reported by Cointelegraph. As a media companion, Cointelegraph will announce the Founder’s Circle members because the marketing campaign proceeds and supply different updates on the initiative as they unfold.


The Giving Block has made important headway in selling crypto-based donations. In January, the group joined forces with the American Most cancers Society to set up a brand new Most cancers Crypto Fund with the acknowledged objective of elevating at the least $1 million.

The Giving Block additionally partnered with Cointelegraph to host the primary “Crypto’s Biggest Brain” charity trivia contest in December 2020.

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