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Givepact Accepts These Cryptocurrencies for Charitable Donations

Givepact provides nonprofits access to a diverse selection of cryptocurrencies.
Alicia Maule
August 3, 2023

As digital currencies continue to revolutionize the financial world, the ability to handle a broad range of cryptocurrencies is crucial, particularly for nonprofits aiming to expand their donation channels. Givepact is a donation platform that provides nonprofits access to a diverse selection of cryptocurrencies. Here is the list of cryptocurrencies that you can donate to any nonprofit.

Aave (AAVE): An open-source and non-custodial protocol enabling the creation of money markets.

Algorand (ALGO): A blockchain protocol that aims to deliver decentralization, scale, and security for all participants.

Avalanche (AVAX): A blockchain platform designed to provide decentralized applications and custom blockchain networks.

Basic Attention Token (BAT): A utility token based on the Ethereum technology that can also be used as a unit of account between advertisers, publishers, and users in a new, blockchain-based digital advertising and services platform.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH): A spin-off or altcoin that was created in 2017 during Bitcoin's hard fork.

Bitcoin (BTC): The first decentralized digital currency and the world's largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization.

Binance USD (BUSD): A 1:1 USD-backed stablecoin approved by the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS).

Cosmos (ATOM): A decentralized network of independent parallel blockchains, each powered by BFT consensus algorithms like Tendermint consensus.

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Cardano (ADA): A proof-of-stake blockchain platform that says its goal is to allow “changemakers, innovators and visionaries” to bring about positive global change.

Compound (COMP): A governance token used to propose and vote on changes within the Compound DeFi lending protocol.

Dai (DAI): A decentralized, stablecoin cryptocurrency that aims to keep its value as close to one United States dollar (USD) as possible through an automated system of smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain.

Decentraland (MANA): A utility token used in the virtual reality platform Decentraland, allowing users to purchase digital lands and interact with the platform's services.

Dogecoin (DOGE): A peer-to-peer digital currency, originally created as a meme, but now used for tipping and micro-transactions.

Ethereum Classic (ETC): A decentralized, open-source blockchain featuring smart contract functionality, which originated as a hard fork of Ethereum (ETH) after a DAO attack in 2016.

Ethereum (ETH): A blockchain platform for smart contracts, where ETH is the native cryptocurrency used to facilitate operations and incentivize network security.

Fantom (FTM): A high-performance, scalable, and secure smart-contract platform, which is designed to overcome the limitations of previous generation blockchain platforms.

Filecoin (FIL): A decentralized storage system aiming to "store humanity's most important information" where FIL tokens are used as payment for storage.

Gala (GALA): A utility token used within the Gala Games ecosystem to empower players by giving them control over the games they play.

Gemini Dollar (GUSD): A stablecoin cryptocurrency issued by the Gemini exchange, tied to the US dollar, aiming to bridge the gap between traditional finance and crypto.

Chainlink (LINK): A decentralized oracle network that enables smart contracts on Ethereum to securely connect to external data sources, APIs, and payment systems.

Litecoin (LTC): A peer-to-peer cryptocurrency, inspired by and technically nearly identical to Bitcoin, but with faster transaction confirmation times.

Maker (MKR): A governance token allowing holders to vote on changes to the MakerDAO protocol, which manages the production of the DAI stablecoin.

MobileCoin (MOB): A privacy-preserving payment network designed for use on mobile devices, focusing on user experience and speed.

NEAR (NEAR): A decentralized application platform designed to make apps usable on the web, emphasizing scalability and usability.

Paxos Standard (PAX): A stablecoin that aims to combine the stability of the dollar with the efficiency of blockchain technology, fully backed by reserves of US dollars.

PAX Gold (PAXG): A digital asset that is backed by physical gold, with each token representing ownership of one fine troy ounce of a London Good Delivery gold bar.

Polkadot (DOT): A multi-chain platform that allows different blockchains to interoperate in a shared security model, aiming to build a decentralized web.

Polygon (MATIC): A layer-2 scaling solution for Ethereum that aims to provide faster and cheaper transactions using a novel sidechain architecture.

Ravencoin (RVN): A digital peer-to-peer network designed to facilitate the efficient transfer of assets from one party to another.

Ripple (XRP): Ripple's XRP is a digital currency designed for real-time global payments and to facilitate low-cost cross-border transactions on the Ripple network.

The Sandbox (SAND): A virtual world where players can build, own, and monetize their gaming experiences in a decentralized ecosystem using the SAND token.

SHIBA INU (SHIB): A decentralized meme token that grew into a vibrant ecosystem, allowing users to hold billions or even trillions of them.

Solana (SOL): A high-performance, permissionless blockchain supporting builders around the globe to create crypto apps that scale.

Suku (SUKU): A blockchain-based solution aimed at making supply chains more transparent and efficient, leveraging DeFi components

SushiSwap (SUSHI): A decentralized cryptocurrency exchange (DEX) built on the Ethereum blockchain that enables users to swap tokens directly from their wallets, and its native token, SUSHI, enables governance and staking.

Uniswap (UNI): A popular decentralized trading protocol, facilitating automated trading of decentralized finance tokens, with UNI being its governance token.

USD Coin (USDC): A stablecoin cryptocurrency that is pegged to the United States dollar, developed by the Centre Consortium, a partnership between Circle and Coinbase.

Tether (USDT): The first and most popular stablecoin in the crypto market, aiming to maintain a 1:1 value with the US dollar.

Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC): A token on the Ethereum blockchain that represents Bitcoin; each WBTC is backed 1:1 with Bitcoin.

XYO (XYO): A decentralized network of devices that anonymously collect and validate geospatial data, or data with a geographic component.

Yearn.Finance (YFI): A suite of DeFi products, with YFI as the governance token, that aims to simplify the ever-expanding DeFi space for users who are not technically minded.

0x (ZRX): An open protocol that enables the peer-to-peer exchange of assets on the Ethereum blockchain and its token, ZRX, is used for governance over the protocol’s upgrade system.

Givepact's platform is all about giving you the flexibility to accept a wide variety of cryptocurrencies, maximizing the potential for donations. By offering more choices for donors, you can tap into the booming crypto market and open up new avenues for fundraising.

Remember, each cryptocurrency has its unique advantages and community of supporters. By accepting a wide variety of these digital assets, your nonprofit can attract a broader range of donors and continue making a positive impact in the world.