Funds to be used for Digital Wallet and Cryptocurrency Development
Melville, NY September 17, 2017 – Digital Donations Technologies announced today the launch of an equity fundraising campaign to raise up to $5MM via Crowdfunder.com. Funds from this round will be used for the expanded development of PayGIV and CoinGIV, an innovative fundraising technology. Together these tools, a digital wallet and a cryptocurrency, allow donors to predesignate a specific charity and donation amount, creating automated sustainable fundraising growth.
Keith Orlean, CEO and Co-Founder, stated “In addition to PayGIV and CoinGIV, our GIV Ecosystem includes point of sale, ATMs and mobile devices. The unique and essential component of our technology is Partner Rewards. By joining cause with commerce, a donation request can be added to any financial transaction and provide a brand sponsored reward to the donor, increasing the benefit to the donor, the cause and the business.
Charitable giving is a $400BN industry that receives 71% of its donations from individuals. Ease of donating is especially important to millennials who love online and social giving. Having recently surpassed Baby Boomers in population, reaching this audience on their preferred platforms (social, mobile and digital portals) is the future of charitable giving. Raising capital is the next step in funding our growth as we prepare to become a publicly traded entity."
Founded in 2014, Digital Donations is committed to assist non-profit industry with breakthrough and cost-effective fundraising technologies. The key to the business is its innovative GIV Ecosystem which integrates at point-of-sale, mobile devices, ATMs and e-commerce checkouts. Through this integration, the GIV technology enables consumers to make charitable donations while making a financial transaction.
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