Bitcoin is a digital currency that operates through a sort of peer to peer network, controlled by the users, for the users. It’s entirely decentralized, meaning it does not rely on the conventional banking system, and supports the possibility of maintaining anonymity if done right. Bitcoin is an open source payment system that is not controlled by one specific entity, but by those who use it.
Bitcoin can be purchased through exchange services that work similar to the way currency exchange services function. It’s price is relatively stable at the current time, and you can choose to purchase complete Bitcoins or simply fractions of Bitcoins. There are many different exchange services that sell Bitcoins, and many different wallets that can be used to store Bitcoins. Find out more about Bitcoins at the Bitcoin Foundation‘s web site.
If you’d like to make a donation to us through Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency, you can simply purchase the amount you wish through an exchange service, and have it deposited directly into our wallet. Please find our wallet address, along with links to several popular exchange services below.
Our Bitcoin (BTC) Wallet
Our Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Address (Not Bitcoin)
Our Ethereum (ETH) Address
Our Litecoin (LTC) Wallet
There is no right or wrong way to buy Bitcoins or other cryptocurrencies, it’s simply a matter of convenience or personal preference. We’ve gone ahead and listed what we believe to be the easiest methods of purchasing Bitcoins. If you’d like to learn more about buying Bitcoins, please read the article at CoinDesk. Depending on where you’re located, or your desired method of funding, certain services may work better for you than others, if one doesn’t work just try another.
Locally in Cash
Please don’t feel pressured to donate. If it’s too complicated or you can’t afford it, don’t worry about it. With that being said, anything that we receive is truly appreciated and does make a difference.