Bitcoin Not Bombs is a launching pad for NGOs and social entrepreneurs who wish to enter into the financial freedom of the Bitcoin economy.
They offer premium publicity campaigns designed to facilitate an organization’s adoption of Bitcoin as a payment system, and to fully capitalize on that decision in their fund raising efforts. Bitcoin Not Bombs is fully committed to being the hub of the nonprofit sector of the Bitcoin economy, maximizing the potential cross promotion of all our clients and commercial partners.
They are best known for their Hoodie the Homeless campaign, which clothed hundreds of people without homes, paid for with bitcoin donations.
The Human Action Foundation mission is to promote flourishing communities of freethinkers. They provide educational events, charitable services, and infrastructure to communities in which we operate.
Our activities respond to the needs of those we serve, seeking to help them on their path of self-improvement. Often, community members bring projects to us, and we figure out how the Foundation can help them succeed.
The Human Action Foundation has three distinct programs, each of which consists of many projects. Currently, all of their projects are located on the Seacoast of New Hampshire.
Ross Ulbricht is serving a double life sentence + 40 years without parole for all non-violent charges associated with creating the Silk Road website. Passionate about privacy and free markets, he was 26 years old when he made the site. He had no prior record and no victim was named at trial.
Silk Road was an online marketplace with an emphasis on user privacy. Using the cryptocurrency Bitcoin on the Tor browser, people anonymously exchanged a variety of goods, both legal and illegal, including drugs (most commonly small amounts of cannabis). Prohibited was anything involuntary that created victims or used force.