7 Common Questions About Funding a Private Foundation With Cryptocurrency


While cryptocurrency is a volatile asset, it has also created immense wealth for some individuals. Many of those investors want to tap into those appreciated assets to further their philanthropic goals.

As cryptocurrency has moved mainstream in recent years, institutional and high-net-worth investors have begun adding different types of virtual currency to their portfolios. While the factors driving this strategic shift vary—some see crypto as a means of diversification or an inflation hedge while others see it as a speculative investment or simply believe in the underlying technology—the trend appears poised to continue.

Nearly 7 in 10 American millionaires owns cryptocurrency, and 59% say they plan to add to their crypto allocation over the next five years.1 Moreover, 79% of family offices in the United States have a neutralto-positive view of digital currencies.

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