• Cryptocurrency that Cares

    I interviewed the top minds in the Bitcoin world about how nonprofits can benefits from this digital currency. Click here to learn more.

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    Digital Strategy, Innovation, Co-Creation, Crowdfunding, Nonprofits, Volunteerism, Advocate Programs and Bitcoin are my passions. I often get to write about them. Click here to read more.

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Cryptocurrency that Cares – Erich E. Mische of Spare Key

This is the last in my series of interviews about digital currencies for nonprofits. This is my interview with Erich of Spare Key. Spare Key helps Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin families with housing grant assistance while their seriously ill or critically injured child is in the hospital.  For 16 years, Spare Key has helped families “Bounce and not ...

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Cryptocurrency that Cares – Aaron Williams

This is an ongoing series of interviews about nonprofits and digital currency. This week we talk to Aaron Williams. He’s a prominent Bitcoin expert and the CEO of Atlanta Bitcoin. Atlanta Bitcoin, Atlanta’s only Bitcoin ATM operator, is on the leading edge of Bitcoin Technology, and Regulatory Compliance for the state of Georgia. Here’s what he thinks about nonprofits taking Bitcoin.  ...

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Cryptocurrency that Cares – The Reddit POV

This is part of my ongoing series about Digital Currencies. This is my interview with Victoria Taylor who is the Director of Comms for Reddit. She covers one of our favorite types of digital currencies which is Dogecoin. Enjoy! And ping her with question on Twitter @happysquid.  Explain why the Dogecoin community is so friendly towards causes?  Dogecoin is an ...

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Cryptocurrency that Cares – Interview with The Tor Project

This is part of my ongoing series about Digital Currencies. This is my interview with Andrew Lewman who is the Executive Director of Project Tor. It’s short and very direct. And we wouldn’t expect anything else from someone who advocates for “an open network that helps you defend against traffic analysis, a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and ...

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