Virtual currencies present an opportunity for charities to become more transparent, says CAF
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Virtual currencies present an opportunity for charities to become more transparent, says CAF

6 May 2015 | Kirsty Weakley

Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin could help charities become more transparent about how donations are spent because each coin can be traced through the system, according to a discussion paper from the Charities Aid Foundation.

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