Foundation for Economic Education Now Accepts Bitcoin Cash Donations

The oldest in the United States free market think tank, the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), announced they are accepting Bitcoin Cash donations to promote free market ideals.

Founded in 1946 by Henry Hazlitt, Leonard E. Read, Leo Wolman, and Fred R. Fairchild, FEE is a libertarian economic think-tank dedicated to promoting the “economic, ethical and legal principles of a free society.” The educational foundation publishes free online courses, books and articles, and hosts seminars and lectures to inspire future leaders and educate them about principles of a free society.

FEE has been accepting BTC for several years now and this month the foundation revealed its decision to start accepting bitcoin cash (BCH) for donations as well.

Anyone willing can donate bitcoin cash to FEE on the foundation’s website. Donations go toward publishing educational resources, books on free market, and other free online courses like student seminars and engaging videos explaining the youth how a free society can benefit the world.

Bitcoin.com’s executive chairman Roger Ver has benefited from FEE, too. He once commented: “By reading books, and essays published by this organization from such intellectual giants as Murray Rothbard, and others, I learned that those who want to control their neighbor’s activities through the violence of the state, are economically ignorant, morally deplorable, and will always fail to reach their desired goals.”

Any donor can review the organization’s donations and spending, as the FEE adheres to the strictest of standards in financial and programmatic transparency for which they earned the highest ratings from both Charity Navigator (four stars) and Guidestar (Platinum).

FEE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization, so donations made to FEE are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. FEE neither solicits nor receives government funds, but depends fully on the support of private foundations and individuals.

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