Munch and The Giving Block partner to connect crypto-ready nonprofits

Munch and The Giving Block partner to connect crypto-ready nonprofits

The partnership connects The Giving Block, one of the biggest platforms for crypto-friendly nonprofits, with the Munch protocol’s automated donations tool. Munch, an up-and-coming decentralized finance (DeFi) project that lets investors give back a portion of their earnings to charitable causes, has officially partnered with The Giving Block — a move that could provide a significant boost to the rapidly growing crypto donations industry.The new agreement connects The Giving Block’s growing community of crypto-ready nonprofits with the Munch network, which allows users to easily donate to....


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