New Pool will Stake out Rewards to Digital Citizen Fund. Plus Details on the Humanitarian Pool’s Latest Addition: The Connected Foundation
You heard that right, 1,000,000 PINK has been donated anonymously to Donate4Life establishing a new Community Pool. At the donors request the Community Pool will side-stake directly to the Digital Citizen Fund, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that has helped over 10,000 Afghan students graduate, providing tens of thousands more students in developing countries with access to the internet. As of today Donate4Life‘s newest pool has side-staked an astounding 70,142 PINK–worth roughly $1000 at current exchange rates–directly to a wallet set up and controlled by the Digital Citizen Fund. For more information on the outstanding good nature provided by this driven, generous, and technology accommodating organization, visit digitalcitizenfund.org.
The Digital Citizen Fund helps girls and women in developing countries gain access to technology, virtually connect with others across the world, and obtain necessary skills to succeed in today’s expanding global market. We create IT Centers, provide digital literacy tools (such as computers, smartphones, tablets) and educational programs for women and children in developing countries. Technology can support human talent to tackle the urgent social needs of women throughout Afghanistan and globally. Providing underserved populations with a pathway to digital literacy, sustainability, and community building can transform the societies in which they live for the better. –Digital Citizen’s Fund
If that wasn’t enough more altruistic news is coming up: the Humanitarian Pool has begun side-staking to The Connected Foundation!
The Connected Foundation is a U.S. based 501C3 not-for-profit public charity whose mission is to connect and develop people and communities through innovative psychological services, financial and technical literacy programs and community partnerships with likeminded individuals and companies in an effort to level the playing field in order to change the world. – Connected Foundation
PINK’s very own superstar, Elypse, sat down to talk with Connected Foundation to ask how they and Pinkcoin can work together to better this world, and this is what they had to say:
1. What change will your project achieve with this partnership with Pink? -Elypse
The partnership between Connected Foundation and Pinkcoin will help fund the implementation of Connected Foundation’s FIN-TECH-LIT program. The FIN-TECH-LIT program teaches technical and financial literacy to the most in need kids. The comprehensive program will teach the basics of money, such as how to create a bank account, and the more complex concepts of investing, and using cryptocurrency. The FIN-TECH-LIT program is designed to teach these kids about money and technology so they can create financial freedom for themselves, their families and their communities. -Connected Foundation
2. Where will this project take place? -Elypse
The Connected Foundation’s FIN-TECH-LIT pilot program will begin this summer at the Cardozo Educational Campus, located in Washington, D.C., and will be expanding to other area schools in the fall. The FIN-TECH-LIT program will provide the necessary hardware to each kid, and give him or her the educational tools needed to take control of their financial future. The long-term goal for the Connected Foundation is to bring its FIN-TECH-LIT program to every community in the country. -Connected Foundation
Welcome to the Pinkcoin Family and we look forward to growing with your organization as it strives to help people and bring a positive impact to many lives. -Elypse
As of today, a game-changing haul of over 440,000 PINK, valued at upwards of $5,000, has been rewarded to a wallet owned and operated by Connected Foundation. In support of PINK’s latest long lasting partnership, the Humanitarian Pool will continue side-staking rewards to the Connected Foundation indefinitely. You can find out more information about The Connected Foundation and Connected Psychology at connectedfoundation.org and connectedpsychology.org.
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