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Cryptocurrency for charities The future of fundraising?

Thursday 30th June, 2022 |
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This webinar is free to attend

With the world of crypto philanthropy growing ten-fold year on year, this webinar will look at how charities can diversify their fundraising activities by engaging with crypto giving and donations. We will look at the potential benefits and risks of accepting cryptocurrencies, to help charities navigate the legal issues associated with this fast paced area.  Aimed at those with little or no knowledge of cryptocurrency, we will be starting with the basics, so please do come along if you are curious about the potential that cryptocurrency may have for your charity.

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Welcome and introduction

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Cryptocurrency for charities: the future of fundraising?

Speakers: Laura Moss & Peter Parker, partners at Wrigleys Solicitors LLP

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