The Good Citizen Network is Using Blockchain Technology to Guarantee Honest Donations

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The Good Citizen Network is a social platform that provides volunteers, donors, non profits and organizations a safe way to transfer donations and services between one another.

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The Good Citizen Network (GCN), a social platform that provides volunteers, nonprofits, donors, and organizations with a safe way to transfer donations and services between one another, is demonstrating the powerful transparency and reliability that comes from building atop blockchain technology.

Hailed as a revolutionary development, introducing a public ledger system that makes hacking near impossible, blockchain is removing all middlemen from the equation, thereby making everything more trustworthy.

“As much as 90% of donations online today are not diverted to their original intent,” said Katherine Chen, Founder of the GCN. “Due to this untrustworthiness, more and more people are shying away from volunteering and donating. With blockchain technology, a public ledger system makes everything open and accessible, using distributed ledger technology that is immutable. People can finally trust their donations again.”

When donors donate with the GCN, they can see where their donation goes publicly, without worrying about pocketing of the money. Since they can now measure their positive impact, they will receive a personal satisfaction that encourages more volunteering and giving back in the future.

Driving accountability in charitable giving, which holds the organizations and charities responsible for doing the right thing as well, the “do good movement” will catch on worldwide. Using the GCN to find their support base, it’s going to bring together two parties of people that can make all global communities a better place (see Donation Component in GCN whitepaper).

“Officially available today, we are accepting any individual, nonprofit, and charitable organization that wants to get in on the future of donating,” said Chen. “Encourage your favorite charity to take part and receive a public level of trustworthiness they never thought was possible.”

It is free to download the join the GCN at this time.

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