After getting back on track on my Bitcoin donations, I have decided to continue following donating to the list on Bitcoins For Charity page. The next organization on the path of my journey is FreedomBox Foundation. It has been a bit tricky to donate to this organization. This is because the listed BTC address for donations on Bitcoins For Charity website is not the same on the official FreedomBox Foundation’s “Donate” page. Any way, I have decided to donate to the two of the addresses. The first address is from the organization’s primary page, while the second address is from the Bitcoins For Charity intermediary. I have already sent an e-mail to FreedomBox Foundation regarding this confusion, and if I get a response I would update in one of the next episodes on whether or not it is safe to donate to both of the addresses.
A brief description about the FreedomBox Foundation:
- Seeks to enable encrypted, private communication web-servers.
- Designed to allow users to experience complete confidentiality in instant messaging, blogging, sharing files, and various other features that could otherwise be traced by third-party entities.
- Featured on CBS Evening News.
- Although the non-profit is based in Delaware, its services are available worldwide.
- Services are absolutely free for current hardware platforms.
As of right now, there is no way that I could either recommend or not others to use FreedomBox Foundation. This is because I was not able to find a road-map which proves the project is out of beta and completely functional. Yet, the idea behind FreedomBox seems nice, as many internet users are seeking for an absolutely private, secure, encrypted, and free experience. There is a great certainty that many cryptocurrencies out there strive to accomplish just that.