Distributed giving project | PositiveBlockchain.io

Short Description

  • A project to leverage recent technological innovations to more effectively provide charitable donations to those in need. Our pilot program provided 24 participants with access to funds they used to purchase food and drinks, toiletries, and other daily essentials from an approved vendor.

Long Description

The Distributed Giving Project (DGP) leverages recent technological innovations to more effectively provide charitable donations to those in need.
Our pilot program, in partnership with the Denver Rescue Mission, provided 24 participants with access to funds they used to purchase food and drinks, toiletries, and other daily essentials from an approved vendor.
he key innovation behind our charity – blockchain technology – allows us to give users secure “wallets” which are remotely topped up with funds on a regular basis. Unlike physical cash, these funds can’t be lost or stolen – and they can’t be easily used to perpetuate substance abuse.
Our goal was to provide an easy way for disadvantaged and homeless individuals to better their lives. With fewer concerns about affording life’s basic necessities, DGP “clients” found themselves in a much better position to get off the streets and become vibrant, contributing members of our community.
To learn more about the unique concepts, opportunities, and challenges related to DGP, view our White Paper. Our FAQ also has additional explanations about how we facilitate cashless donations to our clients.

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Additional Details

  • SDG#:1, 7, 8, 17
  • Whitepaper:http://rmblockchain.org/?page_id=29
  • Other links:https://www.denverrescuemission.org/
  • Short Description:a project to leverage recent technological innovations to more effectively provide charitable donations to those in need. Our pilot program provided 24 participants with access to funds they used to purchase food and drinks, toiletries, and other daily essentials from an approved vendor.
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