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Washington, D.C.’s Roman Catholic Church Starts Accepting Crypto Donations

Washington, D.C.'s Roman Catholic Church Starts Accepting Crypto Donations

The Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., the Roman Catholic Church, plans to start accepting donations in cryptocurrencies as part of its ministerial training.

Announcement on TuesdayOn Wednesday, cryptocurrency platform Engiven said it will facilitate donations to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. to boost fundraising efforts and the church’s “digital initiatives.” According to the archdiocese’s website, the funds will be used to directly support 139 DC area parishes and community programs such as providing food to those in need.

“The Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church in Washington, D.C. aims to use technology to engage with parishioners in new and exciting ways, making it easier for believers to fulfill the mission of the Church,” said the archdiocese. said Joseph Gilmer, executive director of development at

of EngivenArchdiocese pageincluded options to send donations in a number of cryptocurrencies, from Bitcoin (BTC) to 0x’s ZRX.


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