Corrupt charities are definitely alive and well. Some believe blockchains can be a means towards providing more transparency for charities and nonprofits. Instead of donating to charities, not knowing if they are really using your money to aid those in need, or overpaying their higher ups, blockchains offer a transparent way to see how our donations are being used, and whether or not that is appropriately. Read about the benefits of blockchains for nonprofits here!
Connie Gallippi is an environemntalist who is using blockchain to help make the world a better place Her nonprofit, BitGive, accepts BTC for donations!
Marquis Davis sits down with us to talk about blockchain, social good, and his project Urban Array. Check out his unique take in our interview.
The Sacramento Kings have recently announced that they will start mining Ether. Learn about how they are getting involved with business on the blockchain!
CryptoChick’s founders, Elena Sinelnikova and Natalia Ameline, are helping move the chain by educating people and getting women involved in blockchain tech!
Girlcon held their 2018 event last Saturday, and we attended the event to discuss blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. Our talk at the event was also our first debut as Blockchain Institute of Chicago! Learn about Girlcon, see some pics, and learn about BIC!
Danny Johnson started Pinkcoin in 2014 in efforts to revolutionize charitable giving – by way of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. You can learn more about Pinkcoin in this interview, as well as Danny’s crypto journey into the space! This is Part 2!
Johnson started Pinkcoin in 2014 as one of the first Proof-of-Stake chains with a goal of revolutionizing charitable giving by bringing it to a blockchain via a cryptocurrency. His unique entrance to the space offers insightful perspectives! Our interview with Danny Johnson gives you the details.
CharityStars, the company behind AidCoin, is using blockchain technology to revolutionize how charitable giving occurs. Learn about AidCoin in this episode!
Several individuals want to make the world a better place by donating to their charity of choice, but many are left with the unsettling question of how their money is actually being spent. Corruption is prevalent amongst charities.
Blockchain technology could offer reduction in transaction costs, increased transparency, and overall a raise trust in the legitimacy of charities. Read how blockchains can help accomplish this here!
Despite the fact that the world produces enough food to feed the entire population, millions of people still go hungry. The United Nations (UN) is looking to address this extreme inequality, by implementing the use of blockchain.
See how blockchains can help the UN address these problems by reading this article!