January 26, 2021
The American Cancer Society and The Giving Block announce a new cancer research fund that will use only cryptocurrency as part of a new partnership. Naming option available.
Cryptocurrency participates in the fight against cancer.
The American Cancer Society (ACS) has announced a new partnership with The Giving Block, a cryptocurrency donation company, to launch a new crypto cancer fund. This innovative cancer research project is funded exclusively with cryptocurrency.
Jeff Klaas, American Cancer Society’s Interim Chief Digital Office, said:
“We want as many people as possible to take part in our mission. To do this, we have to ensure that people can choose when, where and how to fight cancer. We appreciate The Giving Block’s work in making this possible. “
Pat Duffy, co-founder of The Giving Block, said:
“I believe that cryptocurrency will play a vital role in curing cancer. As Bitcoin hits a new all-time high, the creation of this new fund will open the door to the booming crypto market to save lives. “
After a new all-time high in Bitcoin, the American Cancer Society plans to raise at least $ 1,000,000 by early 2021. The funds raised through the Crypto Cancer Fund will go directly to funding the ACS cancer research program. The contributions from the crypto community will help fund vital research funding for new discoveries and better treatments to save the lives of family and friends.
To honor the trailblazing donors who support it, the first crypto donor or company to donate $ 250,000 or more will have the option to name the fund on their behalf or that of a loved one. Additionally, donations of $ 10,000 or more will appear on the Crypto Cancer Fund wall of honor.
ACS will announce the renaming of the fund when the main gift arrives. The fund accepts contributions in Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ether (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Zcash (ZEC), Twin Dollars (GUSD), Basic Attention Token (BAT) and Chainlink (Link).
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