GiveTrack uses blockchain technology to allow donors and the public to trace nonprofit transactions on a public platform in real time to see how funds are spent, ensure they reach their final destination, and track the results generated from contributions.
GiveTrack will help reward good actors, educate donors, and identify & avoid fraudulent activities that occur along traditional paths. GiveTrack can be used domestically, and will also significantly increase access to funds in the developing world while reducing the friction, transaction time, and exorbitant fees of traditional cross-border transactions.
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We may not be able to stop natural disasters from happening, curb severe weather events, or solve all the problems of corruption around the globe, but we can implement a new system using the most innovative technology available today.
Bitcoin and Blockchain technology is an amazing innovation that provides the means to not only transfer funds directly, securely, and at significantly lower cost; but to also broadcast every transaction on a public ledger, allowing everyone to see exactly where the funds go and the impact they have. GiveTrack will build upon the existing core technology a customized platform for nonprofits that is data centered, user friendly, and provides a comprehensive user interface.
Our initial MVP (minimum viable product) is currently under development. We are working closely with several partners, including our lead charity partner, The Water Project, to support projects in western Kenya and additional charity partners around the world. Future phases of GiveTrack will build out a broadly-applicable platform, data analysis layers, feedback loops, reporting mechanisms, and more.
We are excited to release the BETA version of GiveTrack with projects featured from The Water Project and Medic Mobile, so please check back for a live link soon!Support Givetrack today
Give Track: Donation Tracking by BitGive
Thank you to our funders!
- Walter and Karla Goldschmidt Foundation
- Rodolfo Andragnes (Bitcoin Argentina)
- Rocelo Lopes (CoinBR)
- Matthew Roszak (Bloq)
- and more!
Special Thanks to Personal Champions of this Project!
- Dawn Newton (Netki)
- Matthew Roszak (Bloq)
- Rich Morgan (Morgan It Consulting)
- Peter Chasse (The Water Project)
- Juan LLanos
Finance Magnates: How Blockchain Tech Can Help Solve Problems in Charity
McKinsey and Co. and the Hewlett Foundation: Bridging the Information Gap in Philanthropy
Charities Aid Foundation Series:
- Giving a Bit(coin): cryptocurrency and philanthropy
- Giving Unchained: Philanthropy and the Blockchain
- Block and Tackle: Using blockchain technology to create and regulate civil society organisations
See coverage of the initial announcement of this project
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