GiveCrypto is a nonprofit that distributes cryptocurrency to people living in poverty. By using crypto and blockchain technologies, they put funds directly in the hands of the impoverished and the unbanked.
GiveCrypto connects donors and recipients anywhere in the world. Over the past three years, they have impacted the lives of thousands of individuals and their families via direct crypto transfers.
How It Works
Over one billion people have a smartphone but don’t have access to basic financial services.
At GiveCrypto, they not only identify recipients in need and distribute funds to them. – They also connect those people to a truly open financial system. All it takes is access to the internet.
Crypto democratizes the philanthropic process. They can send cryptocurrency directly to any recipient and that person will receive it instantly. This includes people without bank accounts and those living in places where fiat money is “broken”.
Beginning in August 2021 cryptocurrency wallets will be able to run ads on the massive technology network in the US. Back in March of 2018, Google made headlines when it prohibited crypto advertising from it’s search engine, a decision that came after Facebook commenced a similar policy change earlier that year.
Just last year in 2020, Google’s ad profits amounted to 146.92 billion US dollars. These revenue figures come as no shock, as Google accounts for most of the online and mobile search market globally. As major companies are announcing the acceptance of cryptocurrency or them investing in digital currency, Google is only positioning itself to remain on top in the tech world.
Google has little to no competition in the world digital markets. As cryptocurrency exchanges and wallets are shown by them specifically as being the new money, this is going to create a ripple effect in people having the desire to invest in cryptocurrency and use it regularly.
Amazon.com spends $17.4M on Google Ads and has been ranked as their number 1 client for multiple years. The ecommerce giant has recently denied rumors that it will accept Bitcoin. But, as with all cryptocurrency public refusals, companies tend to have other plans in the background. We just have to simply wait for the big announcement.
Crypto companies will be able to run ads on Google properties such as YouTube, as long as they go through the Google’s certification process.
How To Advertise On On Google As A Cryptocurrency Exchange Or Wallet
To be certified by Google, advertisers will need to:
Be duly registered with
(a) FinCEN as a Money Services Business and with at least one state as a money transmitter; or
(b) a federal or state chartered bank entity.
Comply with relevant legal requirements, including any local legal requirements, whether at a state or federal level.
Ensure their ads and landing pages comply with all Google Ads policies
Read Google Financial Products And Services Update Here.
Article By Kadesh Carter
Q: What are cryptocurrencies? A: Cryptocurrency is decentralized digital money, supported blockchain technology.
Q: How can I acquire cryptocurrency? Buying cryptocurrency through various exchanges is one of the ways through which you can get digital currency. There are other methods that are used such as crypto mining, which is more complex.
(Bloomberg) — Booming cryptocurrency firms say they’re struggling to find the right candidates to fill hundreds of positions as a frenzy of interest in digital currencies and other assets pits them against some of the world’s biggest financial institutions.
Despite a rout in May, cryptocurrencies’ total market value is up 400% over the past year to about $1.4 trillion, and traditional financial firms such as Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Bank of New York Mellon Corp. and DBS Group Holdings Ltd. are starting to offer services and trading. Meanwhile, the likes of CME Group Inc. are expanding crypto derivatives offerings — all of which is helping the asset class to mature.
That’s leaving fewer candidates for crypto firms who need dozens or hundreds of new workers to expand their business.
Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange, is advertising for some 370 positions globally, according to its LinkedIn recruitment portal. New York-based Gemini plans to boost its Singapore headcount to 50 from 30 by December. Hong Kong-based Crypto.com, currently lists more than 200 openings, with over half of them based in Asia.
“We are hiring aggressively,” Binance Chief Executive Officer Changpeng “CZ” Zhao said by email. “We see the industry growing exponentially on a year-to-year basis, and we need to scale our team to cope with it.” He added, “We are a geo-equal-opportunity employer. We don’t mind where people are, as long as they produce results.”
Hundreds of Applicants
For potential candidates, interest in crypto jobs has risen by about five to 10 times in the past nine months, according to Neil Dundon, the founder of recruitment agency Crypto Recruit. A single job posting can attract hundreds of applicants, he said.
Despite the boom, finding candidates with relevant experience can be difficult, meaning that some companies are lowering their expectations or changing job criteria.
“In terms of length of experience, one or two years is good enough these days,” said Dundon. “The skills shortage is so bad at the moment that companies are casting a wider net.”
Both Gemini’s Asia-Pacific head Jeremy Ng and Crypto.com’s director of talent acquisition, Tom Lau, agree that experience is a major challenge.
Bitcoin and Ether have risen substantially in the past couple of years.