Human Rights Organization (HRF) – a non-profit organization based in New York, currently accepting donations in Bitcoin (BTC) through open source payment processor BTCPay Server.
This non-profit organization has been accepting Bitcoin donations since 2014, but this is their first time use a payment processor, Alex Gladstein – HRF's chief strategy officer, told The Block.
"BTCPay Server helps protect the privacy of donors; No secondary shutter unit can collect or exploit user information; and customized, “Gladstein said.
HRF also accepts donations in Ether (ETH) and security-oriented coins such as Monero (XMR) and Zcash (ZEC), according to the organization's official website.
Last December, Gladstein appeared on a podcast of The Block, in the podcast he said that Bitcoin is creating a better future for human rights defenders and that it could have a big impact on the human rights context. with previous expectations.
"Something will decentralize the means of production of money and access to money will be very strong, especially when we turn to a cashless future where all money will be electricity. death, "he at the time.
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