The recently submitted Senate Bill 741 would prohibit the sale of raffle tickets for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in the state of California. Raffle Yes, Crypto No A bill that addresses the regulation of organizations that conduct charity raffles in California was submitted by Tony Mendoza, a California State Assemblyman last week. Senate Bill 741 would allow non-profit organizations “established by, or affiliated with, a district agricultural association, county fair association, or citrus fruit fair association” to
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Giving Tuesday is coming December 1st and this year BitGive the first 501(c)(3) Bitcoin nonprofit is using its donations towards their Bitcoin Charity 2.0 Initiative. The plan is to create a transparency platform for donors and organizations using the blockchain for philanthropy. Also read: Less Taxes and More Bitcoin Donations with the BitGive Foundation and LibraTax Founded in 2013 by Connie Gallippi BitGive was one of the first nonprofit charities representing the grassroots Bitcoin community.
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Boston, November 18 Fidelity Charitable has announced it will be allowing donors to support charities with Bitcoin. The nonprofit is expanding its various forms of assets that people can donate. Digital currency is the next step for the organization. Donors can use Bitcoin to support multiple charities through one donation using Fidelity’s platform. Matt Nash, senior vice president of donor engagement for Fidelity Charitable, said: “Enabling donors to contribute bitcoin to their donor-advised funds
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BitGive is the first 501(c)(3) US-registered non-profitable charitable foundation. With a mission to improve the public health and environment worldwide, it relies on the Bitcoin community to do just that. One of the ways it funds its many projects is through the annual auction BitGive hosts. Disclaimer: This article was provided by Bitcoin PR Buzz. Bitcoinist is not affiliated with BitGive and is not responsible for its products and/or services. The online auction that runs