March's Charity Finance takes a look at blockchain and what it actually is, as well as how it can help charities. It also looks at how blockchain could be revolutionary for beneficiaries.
Elsewhere, this month's magazine includes a special feature on property, which asks if the sector is turning a blind eye to £31bn worth of assets and looks at the legal issues with capital projects. It includes analysis on why charities should embrace key performance indicators, and asks whether charities could be doing more to spread good ideas. It also features an interview with Kris Murali, group director of finance and resources at Sense, where he talks about the steps he is taking to innovate the charity's income streams in the face of a tightening funding environment.
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- Cover theme: Blockchain
- Special feature: Property
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