after using and installing Bitcoin I asked myself if it would not be a great idea to setup a Bitcoin Care Foundation?
The care foundation hooks up with some companies that exchange the bitcoins into products and services where we can help the world with. That can be international companies but also very local companies.
- Medical care
- Teaching programs
- Green energy certificates
- Anti CO2 campaigns
- Animal care
- Forest care
- Research against cancer/HIV
People can donate bitcoins to help directly.
We will have less banking fees and therefore will be able to help more with less.
Anyone can send us bitcoins from all over the world.
People just can mine bitcoins and therefore donate it in a very easy way.
The foundation could ask people & companies to share processor power, share a part of the mining grid. Think about you could say your grid pushes to green energy?
Also with the use of Bitcoin we can make it very transparent who we are helping and who is helping (if they want to).
The foundation can tell the people in one currency how much is being donated and how much is exchanged into services/products. It would be very comparable and open foundation.
When a mining grid or individual supports you will be add to our donation list. You can select where you want your bitcoins to be used for. The foundation wil place the received bitcoins into the seperate projects. When we donate to a project we wil inform, make video's, tell about Bitcoin and tell about the people who are supporting all over the world.
I know trust will be very important. As startup I am already willing to donate.
It is just a wild idea, but I already made some preperations. Also by posting it onto the forum I hope to get some feedback or people that want to help.
I want to know is it a good idea or not and why?
Would you willing to donate bitcoins?
Any idea's how to create trust and maintain? I want people to know that there bitcoins are really donated to help.
Would like to help setting up the foundation?
Do you have some comments or questions?
Thank you in advance.