Hurricane Matthew of 2016 – One of the most extreme Atlantic natural disasters within the decade. Many non-profit organizations such as Ofxam, UNICEF, Direct Relief already have active campaigns that accept donations from people all over the world to help with relief efforts of communities and individuals impacted by this storm. Yet, where are the features by such organizations to enable cryptocurrency donations?
I have tried to reach out to some organizations in an attempt to request donating some of my Dogecoin for relief efforts of the Hurricane Matthew aftermath. Right now, I am willing to donate a minimum of 1,000 Dogecoin with expectancy that all funds would go for relief efforts. Yet, I cannot find anyone who accepts Dogecoin. As of now, I have a very limited fiat supply in my wallet/bank. In some of my upcoming episodes when my fiat supply would co-relate closer to my current DOGE supply, I would mention a comparison of the value; past and future, of my donations over time. Yet, I have some spare Dogecoin to donate! If anyone knows any reliable organizations that accept Dogecoin donations for Hurricane Matthew relief, please comment below with references! I would then donate a minimum of 1k DOGE ASAP so that specific organization(s)! But for now, I am making a stand that non-profits should start accepting cryptocurrency donations for various causes such as the recent Hurricane Matthew!
While awaiting for methods to donate my DOGE cryptocurrency, today I have donated 500 DOGE to “The Rational Argumentor – A Journal for Western Man – Championing Reason, Rights, and Progress Since 2002″. I have found the article Hurricane Matthew Has No Silver Lining to be a very interesting read. The article has featured quotes from known figures including micro-economist Paul Davidson and journalist Henry Hazlit, with parable hints to emphasize that the victims of Hurricane Matthew significantly deserve more support and goodwill from the concerned populace. The quotes could be metaphorically seen as calls for action so that the committed public would sufficiently allocate resources that would go for direct relief efforts for the party that primarily needs the relief.