26 Nov '14, 6pm

American Red Cross Now Accepts Bitcoin Donations

American Red Cross Now Accepts Bitcoin Donations

The American Red Cross has announced that it will now accept bitcoin through a partnership with BitPay. Founded in 1881, the American Red Cross is the official US affiliate of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent movement . The humanitarian organisation provides disaster relief and emergency assistance in the US and posted total operating revenues and expenses of $3.4bn for its fiscal year 2013. In a statement , BitPay's non-profit outreach leader Elizabeth Ploshay voiced her belief that the partnership would help showcase the generosity of bitcoin consumers to yet another charitable organisation, and by extension, the US public. Ploshay, who also holds a board member seat at bitcoin's chief trade organisation, the Bitcoin Foundation, said: "Bitcoin users are extremely passionate people who are looking to put their bitcoin towards good causes. I’m sure the communit...

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