I have not done much Bitcoin donations for a while. Instead, I was more focused on Dogecoin donations, and writing about random cryptocurrency, and not-so-cryptocurrency related content for a prolonged period of time on this blog. Now, I have decided it is time to go back to one of the most philanthropic aspects in this blog, and throughout most of the crypto world in general – donating Bitcoin to others!
I used to donate more often, as I once filled my BTC wallet with loads and loads of bits (if only it was BITCOINS!). And, these bits were sufficient to make at least a little positive impact to those entities requesting any donation in form of Bitcoin. Recently, most of these bits disappeared from my wallet thanks to myself, in favor to other cryptocurrency and non-cryptocurrency payment scenarios. But, as there are now more and more organizations requesting cryptocurrency donations, I would try my best to fill my wallet with some more btz (a random short word I just now made up for bits!) and write more articles on my journey of BTC donations. Well, portions of BTC donations.
Today’s donation went to a 501c3 non-profit entity, Unsong. Unsong is proclaimed to be a sharing economy system that intents to redistribute the provided abundance (or wealth) to those who need it most of all. Unsong is powered by Bitcoin, which is the reason that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency donations are very much appreciated.
In my wallet, all I had left was a little bit over 300 bits in BTC (around 358 bits). As usual, I wanted to donate 300 bits, and because of the transaction fees, that made me have to give all of my remaining bits to Unsong. But, I truly don’t mind doing so, because I know that these bits would go to a great cause, the cause I support in distributing wealth (needed necessities) to the needy. This donation is truly a perfect example of a merciful monetary sacrifice.