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March 10, 2018, 10:59:34 AM
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Sounds like a good idea, I think video interviews with the charity will show who they are and create trust showing faces on the camera of who you and the charity are. Also creating the escrow would be a way to show that youre not trying to take all the money and run. Marketing in general with lots of Q&A videos will be very helpful. Hope this wrap idea works bc thats def. an in trend nowadays with vehicles and to combine that with crypto could be a success for all of us getting the word out there to be like free marketing for us all to expose more people to crypto.

Thanks Yes.

Trying to find a solution now on reconciling escrow with this project that isn't extremely complicated and thus confuses/puts off participants.

Do you guys think the crypto community would have confidence in a proper escrow company (like brick and mortar) or perhaps some sort of legal structure drawn by an attorney?
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March 10, 2018, 07:41:04 PM
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I just recalled this thread while talking in another here about a South African student finding a blockchain use for charity: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3093999.msg32009737#msg32009737

The article in discussion: http://bitcoinafrica.io/2018/03/08/south-african-student-leverages-blockchain-to-curb-fraud-in-charitable-giving-sector/

All the aspects you're wondering about have been used in that example: a charity, a bank acting as the escrow. If it could work in South Africa with tokens transferring value to the unbanked, I honestly don't see why you couldn't discuss a similar, simpler method.

As I said before, you're using crypto... why not take advantage of its technology?

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