There is an increasing number of organizations across the world that have started accepting cryptocurrencies as donations, including UNICEF and the Salvation Army. New platforms like The Giving Block and DoinGud are helping non-profits to raise funds with cryptocurrency and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
To help CSOs better understand the opportunities and risks involved in working in this new context, PILnet and its partners are launching a series of webinars on the legal regulation of cryptocurrencies and NFTs in selected countries.
Currently, the research for this project covers several Asian and European countries, but the work is ongoing. If any lawyers wants to join the project to research and provide information about these regulations in another country, please connect with us at [email protected].
PILnet and its partners participating in this research are not liable towards third parties for the accuracy of the information contained in the research about Cryptocurrency. The information contained herein cannot be considered as legal advice. The research was carried out in 2022-2023 and responds to the regulatory framework in effect during this time period.