Donate Bitcoin & Ethereum

Your crypto gift will help us build Eternal Wall

Eternal Wall will be a colossal Christian architectural landmark that seamlessly integrates the
physical and digital. Visitors will use our bespoke, augmented reality app to access over one
million stories of hope. Cryptocurrency donors understand this vision implicitly and 100% of every donation will build both the 50 metre physical “infinity loop” and help us develop the largest database of hope stories in the world.

 

 How do I give crypto to Eternal Wall?


 Why donate crypto?


  Can I donate anonymously and still get a tax receipt?


 What are the tax benefits of donating crypto?


 What destination wallet address should I use to send my crypto?


 What cryptos do you accept?


 Who is The Giving Block?


 Refund policy on crypto donations


 What else is Eternal Wall doing with crypto?


 How else can I donate to Eternal Wall?

 Important Information for Donors

What is the environmental impact of Cryptocurrency?

 

 How do I give crypto to Eternal Wall?

Visit the Eternal Wall fundraising page on The Giving Block by clicking the button below.  You can give anonymously, or provide us with your details so we can say thank you!

 

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Crypto philanthropy to non-profits is a rapidly growing area - it is simple, safe and fast using our crypto donations page on The Giving Block, and also has tax benefits; see below. Many younger donors, experienced investors and donors in the global south prefer to give through crypto.


Yes. We have an option for donors to submit only an email address in order to receive an automatic tax receipt.

 What are the tax benefits of donating crypto?

Donating cryptocurrency is a non-taxable event in many countries. In USA, donors do not owe capital gains tax on the appreciated crypto that is donated and can typically deduct the fair market value of the donation on their taxes. In UK, crypto donations to a registered charity such as Eternal Wall (Charity No.1173708) are exempt from capital gains tax and donors are entitled to income tax relief on the donated amount. This makes Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrency donations one of the most tax efficient ways to support Eternal Wall. Talk to your tax or financial advisor or learn more here.

 What destination wallet address should I use to send my crypto?

The 3 step widget will generate a wallet address for the crypto you wish to send. This wallet
address is dynamically generated and is different every time, to help protect donor privacy.

 What cryptos do you accept?

We currently accept more than 70 cryptos, including: Bitcoin Ethereum

Bitcoin (BTC), 

Ethereum (ETH), 

USD Coin (USDC), 

Dai (DAI), 

Dogecoin (DOGE), 

Basic Attention Token (BAT), 

Ethereum Name Service (ENS),

0x (ZRX), 

1inch (1INCH), 

Aave (AAVE), 

Alchemix (ALCX), 

Amp (AMP),

Ankr Network (ANKR), 

API3 (API3), 

Audius (AUDIO), 

Axie Infinity Shards (AXS), 

Balancer (BAL), 

Bancor Network Token (BNT), 

Barn Bridge (BOND),

Bitcoin Cash (BCH),

ChainLink (LINK), 

Civic (CVC), 


 

Compound (COMP),

Curve (CRV),

Decentraland (MANA),

Dogelon Mars (ELON),

Enjin Coin (ENJ), 

Fantom (FTM), 

Fetch AI (FET), 

Filecoin (FIL), 

Gala (GALA), 

Gemini Dollar (GUSD),

Injective Protocol (INJ),

Keep3r (KP3R), 

Kyber Network (KNC),

Litecoin (LTC), 

Livepeer (LPT), 

Loopring (LRC), 

Magic Internet Money (MIM), 

Maker (MKR), 

Mask Network (MASK),

Merit Circle (MC), 

Mirror Protocol (MIR),

Moss Carbon Credit (MCO2), 

Numeraire (NMR),

Orchid (OXT), 

PAX Gold (PAXG),

Polygon (MATIC), 

Quant (QNT), 

Radicle (RAD), 

Ren (REN), 

Render Token (RNDR),

Shiba Inu (SHIB), 

Skale (SKL), 

Smooth Love Potion (SLP), 

Somnium Space (CUBE),

Spell Token (SPELL),

Storj (STORJ),

SushiSwap (SUSHI),

Synthetix (SNX),  

Tezos (XTZ), 

The Graph (GRT), 

The Sandbox (SAND),

UMA (UMA), 

Uniswap (UNI), 

Wrapped Centrifuge (wCFG), 

Yearn. Finance (YFI), Zcash (ZEC).

 Who is The Giving Block?

The Giving Block makes Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency donations easy both for donors, and for non-profits / registered charities such as Eternal Wall. More than 1,000 organisations use The Giving Block as their crypto fundraising platform.

 Refund policy on crypto donations

Eternal Wall is grateful for all donations. Please note that all cryptocurrency donations are final and cannot be refunded. As these donations are often immediately converted into fiat, we do not offer refunds on any donations that are made in cryptocurrency. We are not able give refunds if you changed your mind, sent the wrong cryptocurrency or made the wrong decision. No goods, services or airdrops are offered in exchange for cryptocurrency donations.

 What else is Eternal Wall doing with crypto?

We have more in the pipeline! Please email crypto@eternalwall.org.uk for further details.

You can give a one-off or a monthly gift from our Donations page.

 

Other Donations

 Important Information for Donors

Thank you for making a crypto donation to Eternal Wall. Please only send the exact cryptocurrency listed on the blockchain mentioned on the widget. Do not send any other cryptocurrencies (including layer 2, wrapped tokens or other ERC-20 tokens not listed) as these are unsupported and may result in loss of donation. For more info, click here.

 

What is the environmental impact of Cryptocurrency?


Cryptocurrency uses less energy and has lower emissions than many of the things we use daily, like washing machines, big data centres and our traditional banking infrastructure.

Bitcoin uses the most energy in crypto. It does this intentionally and transparently to secure the network, and its decentralised “proof of work” method ensures that new currency units are distributed in a fair way. This process, called Bitcoin mining, is powered by 58% sustainable energy (data from Bitcoin Miners Council), which is a higher sustainability percentage than most countries or industries. Bitcoin mining gravitates towards using waste energy and abundant/cheap energy, and in remote oil/gas fields is even being used to reduce carbon emissions. Ethereum and most other cryptocurrencies, already use (or are moving towards) a different method called “proof of stake”, which uses far less energy than “proof of work”.

While the environmental impact of crypto is low, the benefits of banking the unbanked and a more just financial system are significant.