Die amerikanische Brustkrebsorganisation – Susan G. Komen (auch bekannt als Komen) – ermöglichte es Menschen, die die Sache unterstützen wollten, digitale Vermögenswerte anstelle von Fiat-Währungen zu spenden. Partner der Initiative ist die Spendenplattform – The Giving Block.
- Susan G. Komen announced the new additions on her Twitter page. The organization raised hopes that this new type of donation would “provide more opportunities to fight breast cancer and save lives”.
🚨 Breaking News🚨
By partnering with @TheGivingBlock, Susan G. Komen is now accepting #Cryptocurrency as a form of donation. You can #Bitcoin donate, #Ethereum and more. This will give us more opportunities to fight #breast cancer and save lives.
Donate today 👉 https://t.co/gvWgHlmzDd pic.twitter.com/bxhZOy23ec
– Susan G. Komen (@SusanGKomen) December 26, 2021
- The company’s partner – The Giving Block – announced that more than 50 cryptocurrencies are accepted. Some of the popular examples are Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB.). ).
- Interestingly, people can also donate using some of the most popular Metaverse tokens – The Sandbox (SAND) and Decentraland (MANA).
- The Giving Block found that giving away digital assets is more tax efficient and could “save money” under applicable US law.
- “The IRS classifies cryptocurrencies as property for tax reasons, which means that it is usually the most tax-efficient way to support your favorite cause,” the company stated.
- Not so long ago, another charity – the Nicklaus Children’s Hospital Foundation – announced that it was accepting donations in cryptocurrencies. The non-profit organization focused on providing better health care for children included Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Dogecoin (DOGE) and more.
- Last month, the United States’ largest grantor – Fidelity Charitable – announced that it had accepted more than $ 270 million in digital assets since early 2021. The previous record was set in 2017 when the organization raised $ 69 million in cryptocurrencies.
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Source: Crypto News Deutsch