With cryptocurrency around the world in 18-24 months.
Throughout their short, but promising history cryptocurrencies have proven to be an ideal medium to accept small payments such as tips and donations, gaining huge popularity among the nonprofits that have learned to benefit from BTC, LTC, DODGE, etc. at quite an early adoption stage of the crypto.
We have interviewed David Wu, a person who organized several successful charitable events having raised money to repair and upgrade houses in the rural areas of Malaysia that were damaged by the flood in 2014. Later this year David Wu, a partner of several food and beverage outlets in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, will visit the Seven Modern Wonders of the world on his bicycle in an effort to raise money to help children suffering from cancer. In the meantime, he will be figuring out how to survive on the road with nothing, but crypto. A Singapore-based company named COSS will supply him with cryptocurrency for this trip.
David, what's your background? Are you a full-time traveler?
David: First of all, I shouldn't be categorized as a traveler in the traditional sense, but rather as someone who stumbled upon unconventional methods to help raise funds to help the lesser fortunate. I was (and still am) a partner in an F&B business in Singapore, and decided to return home to Malaysia in May 2015 following the death of my sister from cancer a few months before that.
I am a Malaysian by nationality, and a mighty-proud one too. So, I chose to come back to Malaysia in order to see how I can contribute to the less fortunate. To give back to society or pay it forward, so-to-speak. It was a big decision on my part, as there naturally were many considerations ...