BRIGHTON, UNITED KINGDOM/ ACCESSWIRE / September 28, 2018 / In 2017, according to MarketInsightsReports, the size of the charity market was estimated at an impressive $747 billion and it is clear that an enormous volume of "peer-to-peer transactions" are not being measured: many of us spare our change to people on the streets or make impulsive donations to charity from time to time.
It is surprising that over the centuries the charity industry has changed very little in terms of the technology employed, except that the role that monasteries played two hundred years ago has now been taken over by philanthropic foundations. While the funds now have phones, printers and computers in their offices, the problems haunting the industry have remained the same. It is difficult for philanthropists to find worthwhile projects, quickly and seamlessly transfer money to them, and most importantly, be sure that the aid that they provide reaches the addressee and is used purposefully for a just cause without any significant transaction costs.
The Humancoin platform offers a revolutionary solution for the charity industry. During the ongoing Token Sale the project already raised its Softcap 6 mln. The consolidation of blockchain technology, the cryptocurrency market and e-commerce loyalty programs into a project will forever change the charity industry.
The distributed ledger technology, which is designed to put an end to the middleman, gets rid of the long charity chain composed of banks, NGOs, state bodies and law firms. Blockchain provides a digital mechanism for recording and viewing any transaction. It is important that the record cannot be hacked or modified. Blockchain solves the trust issue by providing transparency, traceability and security.
The integration of consumer loyalty programs with the charity industry will create a strong emotional resonance. The future of online retail lies in being able to completely personalize each offer, and blockchain is one of the main stimuli for this further development.
The global estimate of three fast-growing markets — charity, e-commerce
and cryptocurrencies — exceeds $3.5
trillion. By ensuring the necessary trust
between donors and the aid recipients,
blockchain technology can propel this industry to incredible new heights.
The rise of a charitable blockchain platform integrated into online commerce loyalty programs and cryptocurrencies will change the philanthropy industry forever. The symbiosis of e-commerce and cryptocurrencies will facilitate an increase in the number of donors. For those involved in online commerce, offering a bonus affiliated with charity is an effective way to position their brand on an emotional level with their clients, as well as being an important element in any PR-campaign. And, finally, the whole process is just very convenient for everyone involved.
The advantage of the blockchain solution is that the benefits of working with the platform are evident. All the data generated from the receipt and movement of the donations will be available to anyone who wishes, for example, to donate money towards the development of a new cancer drug, and to an airline that encourages such actions by awarding such a donor with promotional miles.
Name: Kate Bublik
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