We launched the #BitcoinTuesday community campaign with 12 nonprofits coming together to fundraise Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
For every nonprofit receiving a donation, there are myriad nonprofits with similar missions that have missed out on that gift.
Today, one Bitcoin is worth $12,000. What does that mean? Why does that matter?
It’s true that most crypto donors donate anonymously. It’s also true that most of them donate for the tax incentive.
Bitcoin is no longer reserved for small, agile nonprofits. More mega-charities are accepting crypto donations than ever before.
Last week, it was announced that Venmo would begin offering Bitcoin as an option on the platform. What does this mean for nonprofits?
Bitcoin has been around for a decade. The user base tends to double every 1.5 years, regardless of upward or downward price movement.