Frequently Asked Question

FAQs

What is crypto/cryptocurrency?

A cryptocurrency, also known as a cryptocurrency, crypto, or coin, is digital money that functions as a means of an exchange over a computer network and is not supported or maintained by any central authority, such as a government or bank. Crypto for the Homeless accepts donations and reimburses payments in any cryptocurrency or US currency.

Is this a legit charity?

In New Jersey, our organization is formally recognized as a non-profit organization (501c3). You may see the charity’s official IRS website here, or search for it using our EIN number 84-3578990.

What have volunteers done?

Crypto for the Homeless has been around for many years, and we have a lengthy record of prior expeditions and all activities written on our blog site (our initial website), and all information is also available on our official website https://cryptoforthehomeless.com/. We have specific categories to view our volunteer work over the years here https://cryptoforthehomeless.com/category/volunteers/

What is the donation to spending ratio?

No charity will have a one-to-one donation-to-spending ratio since it permits zero-room activities to be carried out over a lengthy period of time.

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