JesCom Now Accepts Dogecoin and Other Cryptocurrency Donations


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The Jesuit Communication Foundation (JesCom), Ateneo de Manila-based media arm for the Philippine Province of Society of Jesus, is now accepting donations in DOGE coins via the Philippine Digital Asset Exchange’s (PDAX) platform.

For those who are not familiar with crypto, Dogecoin (DOGE) is a wildly popular meme token with a Shiba Inu dog as its logo. It is also the tenth most used Cryptocurrency according to some reports.

Jesuits - JesCom Crypto donations poster

Aside from DOGE, JesCom also accepts donations in Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Tether (USDT), USD Coin (USDC), and even Axie Infinity Shards (AXS) and Smooth Love Potion (SLP).

JesCom partnered with PDAX for the Donation service which aims to help charitable foundations and NGOs reach out to more donors by providing access to the global cryptocurrency community. 

Under the Donate service, PDAX created a dedicated donation website for Jescom as another global donation platform they can use to accept crypto donations from anyone in the world. 

“With PDAX Donate, Filipinos can also use their crypto to donate to the NGOs and charities of their choice with just a click of a button. Not only does this promote financial freedom, but also Bayanihan among Filipinos.”

Nichel Gaba, PDAX Founder, and CEO 

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Source: JesCom

Meanwhile, JesCom Executive Director, Fr. Nono Alfonso expressed his appreciation for PDAX Donate for how it can support millions of Filipinos who are always willing to help out during times of economic crisis by ‘revolutionizing the way people exchange goods and services.’

NGOs like JesCom get direct access to the global community of donors including an estimated 7 million Filipino crypto users, and enjoy no minimum or maintaining balances in their PDAX Accounts.

If you want to make crypto donations to The JesCom foundation, you may visit the official JesCom donation page here.

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