Should nonprofits actively seek cryptocurrency donations?

A FEW RHODE ISLAND-BASED nonprofits have either begun, or are beginning to, accept cryptocurrency as a donation option. / AP FILE/KIN CHEUNG
SOME RHODE ISLAND-BASED nonprofits are beginning to accept cryptocurrency as a donation option. / AP FILE/KIN CHEUNG
Always in search of new donation sources, Rhode Island nonprofits are beginning to dip their toes into cryptocurrency. Providence Business News recently reported that The Rhode Island Community Food Bank, East Providence-based We Share Hope, the Cranston Public Library Association – a nonprofit subsidiary which helps raise funds for the library – Providence-based Howard Brain…

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