Empowering underserved communities: future trends and challenges of crypto philanthropy


Crypto philanthropy harnesses the transformative power of digital currencies to create a positive social impact across the globe.

We’ve already talked about how Ripple's XRPL and our SVS token are revolutionising charitable giving, so today we will delve into future trends that hold promise for further broadening financial inclusion.

The current landscape of crypto philanthropy

The current landscape of crypto philanthropy reflects a growing interest in leveraging digital currencies for social good. For instance, at GivingToServices, we are all about promoting financial inclusion through our native SVS token. We offer a decentralised ecosystem that is mutually beneficial for public service professionals and investors. Both are given an additional source of income when users lock the tokens in the GTS platform.

With our recent switch to Ripple’s XRPL, we are poised to further advance financial inclusion and empower underserved communities.

Future trends in crypto philanthropy

Looking ahead, crypto philanthropy holds immense promise for broadening financial inclusion.

1. Integration of DeFi and smart contracts

DeFi applications and smart contracts enable programmable and automated financial services. In the realm of philanthropy, these technologies can streamline donation processes, enhance transparency, and ensure that funds are allocated according to predefined criteria, fostering trust and accountability.

2. Tokenisation and blockchain-based identity systems

This would help philanthropy to become more inclusive, efficient, and transparent, enabling a broader range of assets to be utilised for charitable giving and empowering individuals who may have previously been excluded from traditional financial systems.

3. Leveraging AI and ML

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning can play a significant role in identifying and addressing community needs. By analysing data and patterns, these technologies can help philanthropists and organisations allocate resources more effectively, ensuring that interventions are targeted and impactful.


While crypto philanthropy holds immense potential, it has challenges. Regulatory concerns, volatility, and the need for education and awareness are important considerations. Collaboration among philanthropists, regulators, and technology experts is crucial to address these challenges and promote responsible practices in the field.

Bottom line

Crypto philanthropy represents a significant advancement in the pursuit of financial inclusion and the empowerment of underserved communities. By harnessing the unique advantages offered by crypto, philanthropists have the opportunity to make a lasting impact on a global scale.

GTS Team
October 5, 2023