COVID-19 has spurred more nonprofit organizations to accept crypto

COVID-19 has spurred more nonprofit organizations to accept crypto

Nonprofit entities could be harnessing an untapped market of supporters simply by allowing crypto donations. Over the past three years, an increasing number of nonprofit organizations have begun to accept crypto-based donations. According to Alex Wilson, co-founder of crypto donation gateway The Giving Block, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed this trend further than ever before.Pandemic prevention measures began to accelerate in March 2020, resulting in business closures and economic turmoil for many. Businesses and nonprofits alike faced notable losses in revenue once the virus took....


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