Gemini collaborates with The Giving Block and others, adds donations option

Gemini collaborates with The Giving Block and others, adds donations option

Gemini has made digital asset giving more convenient for its users. United States crypto exchange Gemini has added a way for customers to donate crypto to over 100 nonprofits worldwide via The Giving Block.Gemini now gives customers the option to “Give Back With Crypto,” The Giving Block unveiled in a blog post on Thursday. Available charities range from human rights efforts, to those seeking to provide clean water and beyond. Some of the charitable groups available, as listed on The Giving Block’s website, include Water Wells for Africa, the GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer, Kids in Need of....


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