Food For Life Global Featured in TechBullion Article about Crypto Charity

A recent article from highlights Food For Life Global and how Charity Tokens are changing our world:

“With more people experiencing exponential gains with their cryptocurrency investments, it comes as no surprise that the price of a charity token will only continue to increase moving forward. Why? 

Everyone wants to feel good about themselves and support a good cause. So much so that 71% of consumers would prefer paying more for an item as long as a percentage of the sale went to support a good cause. 

To simplify how charity tokens work, let’s give an example: 

The first thing you need to do is choose a charity to support, say Food For Life Global (FFLG) – a vegan charity dedicated to providing 100% plant-based food to address food insecurity worldwide; the next step is to purchase one of the charity’s supported charity coins, for example purposes, we’ll use Kindly Coin – a charity token that runs on Ethereum Chain and soon the Binance Smart Chain as well, with a supply of 108 million coins. Once you purchase an X amount of their coins, these are then registered on a blockchain. For every coin purchased, a percentage of it will be distributed depending on the charity coin’s ‘tokenomics’. 

In Kindly Coin, 2.5% of the transaction goes to charity, .3% gets auto-locked into liquidity,  0.9% of the transaction goes to ongoing development and marketing, and .3% will go to its holders through redistribution of tokens.

As a charity, accepting cryptocurrency donations is an avenue that will greatly benefit an organization. Here are a few reasons why:

  • Reach a global audience of potential philanthropists 
  • Be a pioneering charity that accepts cryptocurrency donations
  • Receive higher donations due to reduced fees and taxes
  • Zero waiting time in receiving donations” 

-Angelina Scott-Briggs, TechBullion


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Paul Turner

Paul Turner

Paul Turner co-founded Food for Life Global in 1995. He is a former monk, a veteran of the World Bank, entrepreneur, holistic life coach, vegan chef, and author of 6 books, including, FOOD YOGA, 7 maxims for soul happiness.

MR. Turner has traveled to 72 countries over the last 35 years helping to establish Food for Life projects, train volunteers, and document their success.

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