Charity organisations need effective ways to say thank you.

Rewarding the givers appropriately is always a subject of much discussion. Givers love to be rewarded but it costs money to devise reward programmes.

Speed is usually also of the essence, especially in relief situations following major disasters.


How can you set up a funding product that is its own thank you mechanism? How can you collect funds and deliver them to where they’re needed quickly, while giving the benefactors a way to promote the project? How can you do all this at a cost that is an order of magnitude lower than even mailing out simple thank you letters?


Digital collectibles offer a funding mechanism where the collectible itself is an effective personalised thank you, while the speed of a fundraising drive is limited only by the speed of your execution since the creation and deployment of digital collectible assets and collection of funds can be set up very quickly.