Clear, competitive pricing

Our charges are completely transparent! We only have one fee structure as stated below and it is only chargeable when you receive donations using our market leading service.

Cost to Charity

0%

Yes it is completely FREE! We have no intention of charging our partner organisations working for good causes.

Cost to Donor

0.99%

These are our only charges for processing payments and to compensate for the computing energy required to support and validate the cryptocurrency transaction through our market leading platform.

Frequently asked questions

ARE THERE ANY SET-UP COSTS?

No. Our team of coders and developers build the system and integrate it into your website free of charge, meaning you can start accepting cryptocurrency donations straight away.

DO ANY OTHER PAYMENT FEES APPLY?

No.

HOW DO I TRACK MY DONATIONS?

You will be provided your own account on the crypto exchange and can log in any time to check real time balances and transactions.

CAN I IMMEDIATELY CHANGE AND USE CRYPTOCURRENCY TO A LIVE CURRENCY SUCH AS DOLLARS?

Yes. Some of our organisations prefer to hold the balances in cryptocurrency although most like to withdraw straight away and start putting the funds to good use, which is very easy to do.

IS THERE SUPPORT TO HELP ME WITH THIS?

Yes. We provide continuous support, at no extra cost, as we appreciate this is a new technology and we want to see our valued organisations at the forefront benefitting from it.

Breaking News

The president of El Salvador has declared bitcoin “legal tender”, allowing it to be used as an official form of currency in the country. President Nayib Bukele is predicted to lead an influx of new countries adopting cryptocurrency with India set to follow with wide spread reports the country is "reportedly close to classifying bitcoin as an asset class".   Tanzania’s president has urged the country’s central bank to prepare for wider adoption of cryptocurrency around the world. President Samia Suluhu Hassan said the Bank of Tanzania should "be ready for changes and not caught underprepared" during a speech Sunday.