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10 Common Misconceptions Nonprofits Have About Bitcoin Fundraising

Nonprofit Tech for Good

It cannot be arbitrarily printed/devalued like what happened in Venezuela. By Alex Wilson and Pat Duffy , co-founders of The Giving Block. Nonprofits have been accepting cryptocurrency donations for over a decade. The recent spike in cryptocurrency fundraising was sparked by IRS guidance which provided clarity and ignited the trend.

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The Painting Journalist: Witness To Peace

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Ashely Cecil is fundraising on her blog for her upcoming to visit Venezuela this February with Witness for Peace where art will meet social activism. Discussing alternatives to current US policies and ways to advocate for more just policies towards Venezuela. I've had the great pleasure to meet many kindred spirits and interesting people via my blog who I did not know offline or may have never connected.

How Nonprofits Can Jump on the Bitcoin Bandwagon

NonProfit Hub

No matter who becomes president, or which party has a Senate majority, the US government (or any government for that matter) cannot print more bitcoin and hyperinflate the currency like we’re seeing in countries like Venezuela. Bitcoin has been around for just over 10 years, and in that time it has become a big deal. It’s discussed in everything from Trump’s tweets to popular songs, TV shows and movies.

How-to: Let Go and Start Blogging

NTEN

I followed the blog around the time of my travel to Venezuela in 2007 during which time the blog reported on the controversy surrounding the license of privately-held RCTV. Matt Quinn, IT Manager, Harvesters. I attended the keynote address on blogging by Atlantic journalist Andrew Sullivan at the Nonprofit Technology Conference in Atlanta on April 9.

10 Ways to Change the World Through Social Media

Social Actions

The project started in Santa Monica with a street performance of the classic Stand By Me and expanded to New Orleans, New Mexico, France, Brazil, Italy, Venezuela, South Africa, Spain, and The Netherlands. Citizen journalism, open government, status updates, community building, information sharing, crowdsourcing, and the election of a President. Editor's note: This is first guest post from Max Gladwell.

Big Vision Podcast: Steve Williams from POWER

Have Fun - Do Good

Having an opportunity to go to Cuba, to South Africa, to Venezuela, and to see places where both ordinary people have really seen the results of what happens when they join up with their neighbors and begin to trying to change their own reality. I recently posted my interview with Steve Williams, the Executive Director and co-founder of POWER: People Organized to Win Employment Rights on the Big Vision Podcast.

MCON13 Live Blog: Millennial Giving (Alia McKee, Sea Change Strategies and Justin Wheeler, LINK)

NTEN

After graduating college, I became a translater for tobacco giant Philip Morris in Venezuela. Throughout the day, we''ll be live blogging sessions from MCON13 , a virtual conference to help leaders engage the Millennial generation. These are notes from the session featuring presentations from Alia McKee and Justin Wheeler, with brief Q&A at the end of each talk. Millennial Giving.