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A cryptocurrency is digital or virtual money that is secured with cryptography, making it virtually impossible to counterfeit or double-spend. A cryptocurrency is a form of digital money, an alternative form of payment created using cryptographic algorithms. 

A cryptocurrency – also known as crypto – is a type of digital money designed to function as a medium of exchange. Cryptocurrency is a digital form of money that uses cryptography to protect processes involved in creating units, conducting transactions, and verifying ownership exchanges. Cryptocurrency is a form of electronic cash that does not depend on a central bank or trusted third parties for validating transactions and creating new units of currency.

Blockchain is a technology that allows cryptocurrency to function as a currency issued by the government (fiat) currency, without any involvement from any central bank or trusted third parties. Blockchain is secure by design, thanks to the decentralized – and public – nature of distributed ledger technology, as well as the encryption processes each transaction goes through. Anyone can participate in and contribute to the blockchain, but data about individual transactions — and the individuals involved with them — is secured using cryptography (the foundation for the term cryptocurrency). 

It uses cryptography (the practice of communicating securely with a third party) to secure and validate transactions, and also to oversee creation of new units of a specific cryptocurrency. In contrast, cryptocurrency uses cryptography to validate transactions in a public distributed ledger called the blockchain, allowing for direct, peer-to-peer payments. It is also highly inauthentic because of the Blockchains ledger system, which handles currency. 

A cryptocurrency is monitored and organized through a peer-to-peer network called the blockchain, which also serves as a secure record of transactions, such as buys, sells, and transfers. The popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin operates using a blockchain, allowing bitcoins to digitally trade anonymized, highly encrypted hash codes over the peer-to-peer network. Cryptocurrencies have no real-world physical form, instead existing on a server within the blockchain, which stores data regarding transactions within blocks with no personally identifiable factors.

A cryptocurrency is pretty much like a real-world currency, except that it has no physical manifestation, and uses cryptography to function. A cryptocurrency, cryptocurrency, or cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to function as a medium of exchange, in which the ownership records of individual coins are stored on a ledger that exists as a form of a computerized database, using strong cryptography to protect transaction records, control the creation of additional coins, and validate transfers of coin ownership. Other advocates prefer blockchain technology, which is behind cryptocurrencies, as it is a decentralized computing and recording system, and may be safer than traditional payment systems. Cryptocurrencies also have other disadvantages, including a lack of security for holding the currency in a digital wallet, use of the technology in crimes, and slow processing times for transactions, as opposed to nearly instantaneous processing by mainstream networks such as Visa and MasterCard. 

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A Non-fungible token (NFT) is essentially a digital asset, or what you might call it, cryptoasset, that has a unique ID and metadata that sets it apart from the fungible token. Basically, the Non-fungible Token converts the digital artworks and other collectibles into unique, verifiable digital assets which can be traded in NFT markets or on NFT Blockchain technologies.    Show Source Texts

A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unit of data stored in the blockchain (digital ledger) that can represent a unique digital object such as artwork. A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unique digital asset representing the ownership of a real-world object such as art, video clips, music, etc. Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, are pieces of digital content linked on a blockchain, a digital database at the heart of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.    Show Source Texts

From art and music to tacos and toilet paper, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are being sold like exotic Dutch 17th-century tulips: Some are selling for millions of dollars. The most common NFT assets are digital artwork, digital collectibles, pieces of content such as videos or audio, and event tickets.    Show Source Texts

NFTs can be used to commodify digital works, like digital artwork, video game items, and music files. Because NFTs have value that is determined mostly by the market and demand, they can be bought and sold like other physical types of artwork. The types of NFTs are extremely diverse, but could be in the form of digital artwork, or a musical file — anything that is unique, that can be stored digitally, and is considered valuable.    Show Source Texts

NFTs are unique digital objects that can be interesting to own, or even lucrative to exchange. The core concept behind NFTs is that they let you invest into a tangible or intangible object through a unique digital token. They are digital representations of assets, and they have been likened to digital passports, as each token contains a unique, non-transferable identity that differentiates it from other tokens.    Show Source Texts

NFTs can only have one owner at a time, and the use of blockchain technology by NFTs makes it easier to prove ownership and transfer tokens among owners. NFTs create unique tokens that can prove ownership and convey rights to digital assets. Different types of digital goods can be tokenized, like artwork, items from games, and stills or videos from a live stream – NBA Top Shots is one of the largest NFT markets.    Show Source Texts

Even celebrities such as Snoop Dogg, Shawn Mende, s, and Jack Dorsey are taking interest in the NFT, producing one-of-a-kind mementos and art pieces, and selling them as NFTs that are backed by securities. After the first-ever artwork to feature the NFT – a digital artists Beeple image collage for an astounding $69.3M – at Christies auction last week, non-fungible tokens suddenly caught the attention of the world. Most NFTs have a unique properties, and can be made out of any type of digital content, such as photos, art, music, GIFs, or a video clip. They are so versatile they could even incorporate tweets and memes into an NFT market. 

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A charity is something that is gifted or donated to an organization or individual in order to help them or to benefit them. Charitable giving is the humane action of giving money to an organization designated for a particular purpose in order to help people who are in need. The practice of charitable giving means giving voluntarily of ones aid to people in need, acting in humanitarian terms. Charitable organizations function as public charities, or as private charities.    Show Source Texts

Private foundations generally use their funds to grant to public charities, or make gifts to charity, religion, education, or other causes which benefit the general public. Private organizations, overseen by a trustee or by the donors themselves, generally make grants or gifts to public charities. Most states require non-profit organizations to be registered as charities if they solicit donations from the general public in any form, and, as we saw, private charity foundations are eligible to become charities without necessarily soliciting donations at all.    Show Source Texts

What is more obviously different about 501(c)(3) charities than other nonprofits, though, is that donations made to 501(c)(3) organizations are tax-deductible for their donors. There are tax advantages to both charities and donors because of direct benefits to the public, resulting in qualified charities being exempt from paying federal income taxes. To qualify for charitable tax-exempt status, organizations cannot engage in many political activities within the meaning of the federal 501(c)(3) code, while most political organizations and labor unions are covered by other sections of the code.    Show Source Texts

If the purpose of the non-profit is education or religion, if it provides funds or services that assist with medical research, or if it advances a cause that could in some way benefit the public at large, 99 percent of the time the organization is known as a charity. A charity’s goal must be solely for something known as public benefit (see below). Charitable organizations may be based in education, religion, or they may also be based in activities that are of a general interest. 

The laws and regulations for charities depend on the country or area in which they were established and operated. Charities are funded by either the government or private sectors, either by monetary donations, by not-monetary donations, or by volunteers. Donations made for causes which indirectly benefit the less fortunate, such as donations made to finance cancer research, are also charities. 

Charity is usually given with the assurance it will help a person and provide some kind of relief, or to their education and progress. Charitable organizations are there always to assist needy persons that require assistance and to give them safe surroundings for them to lead better lives. Universities offer aid for student fees for lower-income families, medical studies may mitigate problems such as asthma, a specific issue among poor people, and churches undertake various activities to assist the needy. 

# Fundraising In The Future

The future of fundraising is already here, and it is about as simple as acknowledging that donors are important now more than ever. The answer depends, first of all, on funders getting smarter about building deeper, meaningful relationships with their donors, offering them more tangible benefits and hands-on involvement. Fundraisers will have to get smarter in order to develop lasting relationships with donors. In the future, engagement and relationships with donors will have a higher value. Because technology is going to be so influential on the way that fundraising is done, there is going to be a greater demand to cultivate a personal relationship with donors, even when behind a screen. In the future, fundraisers are going to need to become even more protective of donors information, given the little amount of privacy that is available on the internet already. In the future, donors are likely to be more likely to give via mobile, which will also create an increased need for creating a value-added experience for donors who are met in person by a fundraiser. Just as the trends we are seeing in FinTech bringing higher-quality tools to smaller organizations, managing repeat donors with fundraising technologies will enable any non-profit organization to receive more donations online. The increase in QR code use to promote donation pages and share information will also be a way for nonprofits to convert their physical mailings and move donors into an online system, allowing simpler tracking across the board. Technology will offer better ways for organizations to tell their stories to donors. Technology has been an incredible help for charities and their fundraising. Today, there are many tools and platforms available to automate our communications, track donors engagement activities more efficiently, and help us determine what segments of our database are most likely to renew, become large-gift donors in the future, or be one-and-done donors. Many working in philanthropy think bringing on board new technology tools will optimize fundraising, boost gifts, broaden donor pools, and lower costs. Improvements to tools such as surveys, as well as critical steps such as listing management, are only the start of what we are going to see happen to the future of philanthropy and fundraising. In the coming years, these combinations of data, communities, and smart technologies will fundamentally change fundraising as we know it, making interactions among staff, volunteers, and donors more personal, more smart, and more efficient than ever. The growing amount of data and the predictive capabilities of AI will allow donors to make more impactful donation decisions going forward. Personally, I believe artificial intelligence, much like social media analytics, has the ability to give fund-raisers insight faster and in more effective ways, as well as give prospective donors quick, simple experiences. Using tools such as analytics and predictive modeling can increase ROI, since you are sending mail to the right audiences, save money, as you are not sending printed pieces to people that are unlikely to renew their support, and help you to raise more money in general. Organizations who invest in using their data intelligently will increase their retention rate. Invest in technology to make fundraising more efficient and efficient. A well-developed fundraising strategy will take advantage of past successes and opportunities to help your organization grow year over year. Ultimately, a well-rounded fundraising strategy will help your organization raise more money and access longer-term support. Right now, funders must be focused on retention, increasing the value donors place on their giving, and engaging supporters through a series of more sophisticated paths of involvement. Not only must fundraisers look for distance-based, creative ways to connect with donors, but they must make conscious efforts to broaden the diversity of their donor pipeline. Charities must place themselves in a intersection between inspiration and solutions, that is how their fundraising becomes a 24/7 campaign. As a result, charities who are able to respond, are the most efficient, and are the most inspirational, will be in direct contact with donors who want to turn the tide. Some fund-raisers, however, will become better at understanding donors motivations to give, and responding to those in a creative way. Most fundraisers, of course, will not make this jump, and thus the majority of donors will continue to feel as uninspired about charities and the people who work for them as they do today. Even if I personally can simply brush my disappointment in the massive solicitations on Giving Tuesday, a lot of donors wont. If a lot of those younger folks dipped their toes in the registry waters and saw that being philanthropic meant being treated like a piggy bank (waiting to be broken) or having to deal with invasive solicitations that were not appropriate, we would sour giving to them entirely. In fact, you can bet that for many donors, sending 4-6 emails with increasing urgency sounds is going to create very negative associations of the IKAR, and they will never think of donating to them (no matter how effective). In the hope of encouraging optimism, I added a few practical things to the sidebar of the chart, which funders could begin doing right away in order to forge a more meaningful relationship with their donors, in order to make donors happier, and thus to prevent a wholesale defection down the road. Donors having their money abused and abused, and being reported on by the press, is a problem facing legitimate fundraisers today, and one they will likely have to keep surmounting going forward. If we have major fundraiser shortages now, particularly among younger professionals, the future of the nonprofit fundraising profession, and of philanthropic long-term income, is in serious jeopardy. When you have a fundraising idea that has broad appeal, crowdfunding tech platforms and messaging apps are becoming a popular way to reach younger donors and their networks. Donors can make contributions with a few taps of a phone, and they are amplifying their influence through peer-to-peer fundraising platforms that seamlessly integrate with social media accounts. Smart fund-raisers will realize that successful communications are less about what they want to say and more about what donors are willing to listen to, and how the fund-raiser can craft it in an intelligent way.

Social Impact Investing

 

What is Social Impact Investing?

 
This is a form of investment that both helps a social cause and allows for potential profit. In recent years, the way people invest their money has shifted. The younger generations are wanting real change with their money. They are living at home longer, socializing online more and care for social causes a lot more.
 
Impact investing and social investing have subtle differences. Social without impact means that investors seek to invest for social means, to be a part of something. Impact is the terminology used to make a difference to the social causes. This portrays a more serious approach to where the money in invested.
 
Many banks have conducted surveys since 2014. They found an increase of 75% of investors became interested in sustainable investments.
 

Is Social Impact Investing for me?

 
People invest for many different reasons. When researching if impact investing is right for you, these questions will help.
 
  1. Why am I investing? Social investments often return lower profits, although this is not for all funds. Investing this way is a trade off between profits and helping achieve a better World.
  2. Where is money money best used? Not all investments are equal! Some have greater impact, some have better returns or flexibility.
  3. Should I diversify into Social investments? Social investing has skyrocketed over the last few years, profits are for the early. Diversification has always played it's part but only you can make that decision.
  4. Why is Impact investing even a thing? It may seem strange to want to profit from a good thing. But psychology shows us this is the only way to incentivize more people to place their money in that cause. Many do not care about something until they have invested into such cause. This can be emotional or money invested, it is the same effect in our minds.
 

Where do I start?

 
While finding somewhere to invest in social causes can be difficult. Charity Token is bringing simplicity to the game. Our mobile app allows individuals to invest in Charity. The platform has an ever growing list of nonprofits and charities from around the world.
 
To make Charity a two way street so we could invest. We had to design a two economy. This was only able to happen using a cryptocurrency and token economy. Users will buy tokens in exchange for local currency e.g. dollars and then be able to access the apps features.
 
From here, individuals can be donators or investors by deciding what action to take. They can donate some or all, of their tokens. Or hold the tokens in the digital wallet to take part in the fee distribution.
 
You see, the community rewards the community. As users donate or transact on the network, the smart contract removes a fee of 10%. This is then distributed amongst token holders, Charities and the liquidity pool. All designed to increase the price and scarcity of the token. This incentivizes people to hold the token as investment and passive income.
 
As we see more causes joining the platform, the adoption rate will increase. this rewards the earlier adopters and so on.
 
The Charity app could help in situations like the Ukraine war. DeFi is without borders. Value moving without banks but through mobile phones and data networks. Therefore we can verify and send money in a peer to peer fashion directly to those in need!
 

The future of Social Impact Investing

 
We are working hard to bring this line of investment to the forefront of the next generation. NFTs show promise to provide the flexibility and security needed to pioneer SII. Charity Token is in design phase of a revolutionary new way to fundraise.
 
Our app will allow a greater inclusivity but if you prefer alternative methods we have added them here!

Crypto for Charity

 

What is crypto?

 
"Crypto" is short for cryptocurrency. It is a trustless technology designed to move value fast and cheap. The underlying smart contracts execute transactions based on conditions. The code verifies that both parties agree and the products are available. once this happens, the transaction goes ahead.
 

What problems does crypto solve?

 
In a world becoming untrusting of one and other, the way we transact between each other needs to evolve. Blockchain is the next money evolution to take place. It allows Countries and Individuals to trade goods and services with one another. Without having any trust in the other persons character. This kind of technology will dominate the future of finance.
The second benefit to cryptocurrencies is the flexibility when offering incentive to individuals. Because blockchain apps utilize token economies, they allow for a greater reward incentive. The flexibility offered by blockchain is far greater than that of traditional apps.
 

How can crypto help Charity?

 
Charity is long overdue for a culture shift. In recent years, we have seen a rise in fraud within the nonprofit sector. The public trust looking in at the Charity sector is at an all time low. With the most charitable generations getting older, the sector is seeing less interest. If it intends on being successful in the charitable cause, the sector needs an upgrade.
This is where crypto can help Charity. Cryptocurrency is the most inclusive technology yet. Many younger people flock to crypto as a means to earn extra money, collect NFTs and socialize.
The culture is shifting fast to digital ownership over physical items.
Charity Token is one example. It is the worlds first p2p donating app. Users can buy tokens, earn on those tokens or give them to a charity. Use it like a cash app and gift some p2p style to another person.
Token holders earn a share of the transaction fees. Charities earn a passive income by receiving 2% of transactions.
Never has the nonprofit sector been so inclusive! Charity Token is also a stand alone digital wallet app. Meaning users download this blockchain app from the google and apple play stores.
Charity Token is set to become a gamechanger to Charitable fundraising. Providing a Charity app that rewards users based on the amount of tokens they hold.
This application could serve as a tool for wealth distribution. Providing a transparent and public accessible transaction statement of account. Public trust for the nonprofit sector increases tenfold.
Cash apps are great, but they are not able to reach those unbanked around the world. This is because in low income Countries, many can't access traditional banking services. Reasons such as fees, KYC and infrastructure are unable to include this demographic. Over 2 billion people are without access to banking in the world. This could be zero and here is why.
 
  • Decentralized finance or DeFi allows money to move without banks and borders.
  • By using a digital token as the native currency to the platform, we allow for a universal medium of exchange.
  • The transaction happens in seconds, the value is then sold into the local currency.
  • When governments issue CBDCs, DeFi and other blockchain products will integrate.
  • To move value on a blockchain, one only needs a wallet address. As opposed to account names, currency type, bank verification and more complicated tabs.

Charity Token and the future of apps

 
Donating apps will have some ways to go if they intend on keeping up with Charity Token. The unique feature that "everyone receives donations" is a reward that many could use. It rewards real value to people all around the world that have a mobile phone. It requires no banking service. Charities on the platform receive a passive income via the 2% fee that's given to them each time. Never has a donating app guaranteed donations to a nonprofit organization.
 
Trust is the only issue. After the repetitive scams across the crypto market, many are in distrust. This is understandable and with cause. We will start to see regulations tame crypto, this will improve the reputation. Charity token is at the forefront of blockchain app quality and trust. We have designed an app that has protections in place against such vulnerabilities. Built as a DeFi currency of the Charity sector.
 
We look forward to building our Community of generous and caring people that want to see change.
 

Charity Token is a cash app

 

First, what is a cash app?

 
Apps such as these are popular amongst people of low income Countries. They serve a very important purpose of wealth distribution. In Countries such as Africa, over 60% of the population are without access to a traditional bank. This may seem like a small issue at first glance but let me explain a little further.
 
A cash app is a mobile tool that allows users to own digital cash. The apps act as a p2p digital wallet. Users can send money to each other, donate to charity but majority of people wealth distribute on them. When one family member performs work, they send funds to relatives that may not have any money. You are then able to withdraw the money from an ATM.
 

What is a Charity Token?

 
Charity Token is many things, we are a compliant and registered Company in Australia. We have developed an app for Charity, but not only nonprofits receive donations. Our app redistributes funds from each transaction and rewards those who own Tokens.
 
The network has a native currency of it's own called Charity Token. To be able to use the platforms features, the user must swap their fiat currency for tokens. These tokens are then used as the medium of exchange for the app. If the user wants to swap the token value back to denominated currency, the must send the tokens to an exchange.
 

How does a Charity app work?

 
Individuals buy Charity Tokens on the app. Once they have funded the account, the rewarding begins. The rewards are a share of fees taken by the network from each transaction. A fixed amount of 10% redirected to Charities, Token holders and the liquidity pool. Our app uses these fees to incentivize and reward more network usage. This provides an upward price pressure on the token value.
 
Charities should promote usage as the more people on the network. This increases the amount of donations each charity receives from the 2% allocation. Charities now have a passive income providing donations 24/7. This same principal applies to token holders, each receiving a share of transaction. This process happens without intervention via our auto staking feature. You will notice your token amount increase.
 

Why do you reward everyone?

 
We know times are tough in the world today. With economic turmoil at every corner, we wanted to give Charity in a robin hood fashion. Take from the rich and give to the poor, only we can save ourselves. Fortune 500 Companies have the opportunity to buy Charity Tokens. By transacting and donating to Charities. they would also be giving Charity to normal people in dire need everywhere!
We believe Charity should be inclusive, not for organizations.

A Donation app for Charity

 

What is a donation app?

 
A donation app is a software application that facilitates peer to peer fundraising. These platforms help small charities to spread awareness and raise funds. Until recent innovations in digital money, they have been only a form of p2p transacting.
While this is very beneficial to communities without access to traditional banking services. It is not very inclusive, meaning the money that users distribute is only from money sourced close by.
Because of the identification and fees required by the central banks. As many as 2 billion people are "unbanked" in the world today, that's 25% of the population!

So how can modern Donation apps help?

With modern technology now cheap to own, it has spread to the 4 corners of the earth. Low income countries are skipping a technological generation. No flushing toilet yet a mobile phone. This could see the fastest shift in low income living standards in history, if we take advantage.
Charity Token is a great example. A simple and easy user interface with an always increasing list of charities. This app uses blockchain technology and a smart contract to transact. It has it's very own native currency which you must buy to use the app. These tokens are then donated, given or used to buy things like NFTs. By holding tokens in your digital wallet app, you earn a share of fees taken from users when they transact. The application encourages "sustainable giving". This means donating some of the profits you make from fees. But it is optional according to your personal situation.
Charity apps are somewhat new, but already have adoption in countries like Africa. Statistics state that over 67% of Africans use a cash app donation system.

How to we close the wealth gap?

With technology at our fingertips, we have an opportunity. We gather data from platforms such as Charity token. Use the data to provide funds in a fair manner. This is true Charity. Why give money to a huge multinational with no intention of putting themselves out of work. Give it to those in need, peer to peer style.
The problem lies in perception. Many assume such Organizations are good, that they solve. When in fact, they only keep the wheels greased. Accountability for a huge Charity is so low. The reporting standard is woeful. Teach a man to fish and he will eat free forever. When billions only need several dollars a day to live, why are we not donating more often? It is due to the poor Charity culture. One with low public trust, we can repair this image with blockchain and it's transparency.

Charity Fundraising made easy!

Many ask "how do I fundraise?" but they need to ask. "How do I fundraise to stand out?". The conventional methods of finding donation funding is becoming difficult. Many don't have the money to give, but the case is more complex than this. People still want to give, but they will always give to themselves first. This is why we need to incentivize them to give. What better to incentivize more Charity, but with money! People love money, regardless of why they need it. They want more of it! But how to we involve more people in the nonprofit sector and reward them all?
By offering them tokens! Charity Token is an application that is for this purpose. By issuing tokens that hold value, it gives a huge incentive to be on the platform. The network removes 10% of each transaction and gives it to the various token holders. This includes our registered Charities.
Fundraisers and Charities only need to have donations sent to a profile address. This is like a bank account, but for approved cryptocurrencies. Users buy the Charity tokens right off the app.

What does the future hold for Charity Token?

The app is due to go live for download June 13th 2022. This gives the public time to get familiar before the July 1st public sale of the tokens. From there, Charity Token will start the development of their Charity NFT platform. This will enable users to pay or Non fungible tokens with Charity tokens. Not only this, the platform will allow us to tokenize sustainable projects. This will include farmlands, stories and other causes.
 

Charity and blockchain can be great together!

Charity and blockchain are made for each other. One could agree or disagree, but let me explain why I believe cryptocurrency can bring trust back to the Charity sector.

For years, the same advertising of impoverished children plagued our televisions. To the point where people will not even feel empathetic to the cause. We have watched as billions of donated wealth is kept from those whom it was intended for. Trust in the Charity sector is at it's lowest EVER!

Blockchain is a technology that is perfect for public transactions, you see it cannot be change nor controlled by any person as transactions are decided upon by the consensus component of the blockchain. Code is law in the world of computers.

A public blockchain records each transaction across all of the computers in it's network, giving ultimate security. No one can erase or tamper with and details of the transaction and once the transaction is finalized it is permanent! When dealing with public funds, what better way to transact than on a digital ledger that the public can view transactions taking place. They can see yet never touch or tamper with them. Trust is what we can see after all.

Charity Token is essentially a digital currency aimed at becoming the native token of the Charity Sector. With commerce bringing fourth a wave of digital currencies. We can start to implement POS in shops or online. This can of course only happen if there is value in the currency Charity Token.

People will be able to download our Charity App from the apple and android stores, sign up and purchase tokens to earn, send or donate to a charity ALL on the very same application!

Once we have established the foundation for the native native currency, we will begin development of our NFT marketplace where fundraising will be made sustainable. We can do this by utilizing the non fungible token smart contracts to mint tokens that represent property such as artwork, music, documents and more. Tokenizing is the future of logistics and asset ownership.

Once an NFT is sold, royalties are sent to the nominated wallet and so on for every subsequent sale forever. The token can actually increase in value too! 

Charity Token is the future of fundraising, we offer a safe and compliant platform to receive donations. Because crypto is available worldwide, you can fundraise worldwide!

When you hold Charity tokens in your digital wallet, you automatically earn tokens. As a holder, you are entitled to a share in the 6.5% tax to ALL transactions across the network. The more you hold, the more you earn and the more that is transacted on the platform, the more rewards the holders will see!

Charitable giving can now reward those by integrating capitalism with Charity on a blockchain application. Trillions of dollars annually is invested in derivative markets, why shouldn't charity see some of it!  

Charity in Australia is great, but we need a central tool of barter, a currency to earn, gift and pay other for their service. Because as we know, time just can't be free anymore. no longer can a family afford a single income anymore and therefore we need to offer incentive to give. We offer Charities in Australia and all around the world a safe space to fundraise and interest a completely new dynamic of people. Youthful investors want to give, but they want to make it at the same time. Why not give them the chance to do both!

Fundraising for Non Profits made easy again!

First we need to upgrade Charitable fundraising

Charity is what makes this beautiful world special. Without love for another, we would we at war constantly. Charity comes in all shapes and sizes but the one we are 
focused on today is financial donations. After all, there isn't much you can buy without it! The old days had flexibility when it came to donating. You could donate 
a gold coin or a penny. This was flexible giving, and it's no longer available. Charity Token will revolutionize fundraising! 

Today, the only way to donate is online or through a monthly direct debit from your bank account. Charity Token is bringing back this old school flexibility
which allows you to give as much or as little to a charity or many charities on a single platform. While there are plenty of Charity platforms our one is quite a bit 
different, let me explain.

In every other Charitable fundraising platform, you would simply give money via a transaction. Money Gone and experience over!. Charity Token changes this and
brings a bunch of innovation to Charity. By introducing a "token economy" we can create a diverse and flexible platform to allow users to not only donate, but 
deposit there funds to earn tokens by locking their funds in our network. In the same way a term deposit works, you will lock money away in return for a higher roi on
your funds. In this case between 7-42% PA. We can offer this rate because it is paid in tokens, the deciding factor on profit or loss is the price of each token.
This is decided on by supply and demand principles. 

The fiat money value the tokens represent go to a community pool. As more tokens are purchased, the price increases and as more people sell, the price of each token 
goes down giving users and charities opportunity to profit depending at what price they purchased the tokens at. 

Our platform is built for low income investors and those who enjoy regular donating. Transaction rules are enforced by the computer code known as a smart contract. Smart contracts control the movement of money
on our network. Meaning, Charity Token the company has ZERO control or access to ANY user funds. Over 2000 hours of planning and development has gone into this Charity
platform to ensure an easy and enjoyable user experience.