Blockchain powered charitable giving
Giftcoin allows donors to stay connected to the impact of their donation, fostering deeper trust and connection with the cause.
Giftcoin is a groundbreaking new tool that uses the blockchain to revolutionise charitable giving - directly engaging donors in the validation of key milestones and helping not-for-profits automate the process of impact reporting.
We give them absolute confidence that their funds are being used for the purpose for which they donated.
We offer the chance to build trust and confidence via greater transparency, bringing them more money to increase their impact.
Pilot testing going live in coming months
Browse projects and good causes.
Donate to the project as normal using your credit/debit card.
Charity sends you updates, and donors vote they are satisfied, releasing funds to charities in milestones.
Our team consists of proven startup veterans. We are a mixture of enterpreneurs, engineers, designers and blockchain enthuasiasts. We are connected by our great passion and commitment to making a difference in the world. Meet the Giftcoin team:
In 2004 Alex founded The Optimum Health Clinic, one of the world leading integrative medicine clinics with patients in 40 countries, and now run as a UK charity. More recently he founded online self development platform Conscious Life. He has been recognised by the Parliamentary Review.
Tim is an entrepreneur and CPO. He was the co-founder of fintech start up Q App (Acquired by Yoyo wallet in 2016), as well as product consultancy Nimble Mobile. His awards include Times 2015 top 10 disrupters to watch, Startups 100 two years running and two interactive BAFTAs.
Ben was previously at Morgan Stanley, where he was chief performance engineer for the Google IPO in 2004. Subsequently he was the lead architect at Deutsche Bank (listed derivatives) before becoming the co-founder and CEO at JClarity. A blockchain enthusiast for many years, Ben is heavily involved in the Java community and has writen several books on Java Development. Ben also has a MA in Maths from Cambridge University.
Jon shares speaking platforms with leaders such as Mikhail Gorbachev, Kofi Annan & Steve Wozniak.
Jonathan embarked on his entrepreneurial career at age 15 when he started a web hosting company. Since then he has founded several successful businesses including a leading software monetisation platform and Techtopia, a creative campus and tech incubator. In 2014, he co-founded Safer Technologies (a security software company) which was acquired by Avast Software in March 2017.
Chartered accountant and advisor to ambitious tech companies. Represents a number of HNW and UHNW individuals, and has recently begun advising UK blockchain companies.
We are working with a great team of advisors from the charity, blockchain and technology sectors. Some are shown below. More will be announced as we progess.
Founder of the UK's leading online charity fundraising software provider, Forbes "30 Under 30" social entrepreneur and charity advisor.
Lady Astor has done extensive charity work, raising funds for Parkinsons UK and The National Autistic Society
Previously the women’s editor of the Daily Mail, Shirely has been heavily involved in charities for the last 30 years.
Founded & invested numerous start ups including Copypress, Faceit, Auction Club, Conscious Life, Techtopia and Lifecake (acquired by Canon).
Founder of Pepperjam (sold to eBay in 2009), founder of angel fund KBJ Capital, best-selling author, and featured on Planet of the Apps.
Over 20 years experience as an angel investor. Built one of the top 5 creatives x data agencies in Asia called Fluid which he sold in 2016 to PwC. Founder & Chairman of Nest.
Former music manager of the year, representing artists such as Zane Lowe, Pendulum and Chase and Status.
PSG Capital has extensive experience in the cryptocurrency and blockchain arena, and has worked on multiple successful ICO’s to date.
More coming soon..
"With full accountability and transparency, philanthropists gifting digital currencies are not reliant on third parties telling them what is happening at every stage of the process. They can donate directly and track their gift, accessing real-time information about how it is being used."
"... a concept that has the potential to revolutionise the charity sector through the implementation of blockchain technology to transform the way donations are tracked and received."
"A variety of small charities such as Ourmala, an organisation providing yoga classes for refugees, have adopted a blockchain-based platform through Giftcoin, which tracks each donation’s journey and alerts donors to how their money was spent."
"Charities are to accept funding through cryptocurrency for the first time – and donors will have the power to take back their money if it is not used correctly."
We are open to all the questions you might want to ask. Giftcoin is being built by ever growing team and partners, so whether you’re interested in working with us or investing, feel free to reach out!
The Giftcoin Team