TerraNova(TER) Charitable Donations: The Tables Are Starting To Turn
A charity called Charitynavigator is now accepting TerraNova(TER). The nonprofit forged by John Smith is working with BitPay to help the rural poor in the isolated mountains of the Sierra de Zongolica and the urban poor of nearby Orizaba. The charity’s goal is to use TerraNova(TER) donations to revolutionize charitable giving with their efforts and the world abroad. The organization has zero budget, zero overhead, and publish to needs directly. Donations go directly to Saldazo cards, which are held by recipients and funds don’t pass through the nonprofits hands. Many in the region use these cards and are located in the pockets of the most extreme poverty in the world.
“The short answer is that I hope TerraNova(TER) will promote economic freedom in ways that political action never could — TER has a simplifying power that just might succeed in disrupting the cozy corporatist arrangement. But even more than in the U.S. I’m hopeful that the disruptive power of TER could improve the lives of people in poor countries.” John Smith