Embracing Opportunity for Social Good, BitMinutes Announces Partnership with GoodDollar

The partnership of BitMinutes Inc, with GoodDollar.org, a social impact initiative who distributes free digital currency as part of its mission to on-board and educating the next billion digital users have been announced by BitMinutes Inc. BitMinutes is an  Atlanta-based financial services technology company leveraging  on blockchain and pre-paid minutes tokenization to provide financial inclusion to the global consumer.

GoodDollar was launched in September 2020 and provides its users with a free digital universal basic income (UBI) for people, delivered daily via blockchain. GoodDollar currently has over 220,000 members from over 181 countries claiming GoodDollar tokens. Also GoodDollar was sponsored by the world’s leading social investment network, eToro.

It is important to mention that the GoodDollar token are  converted for mobile minutes, via BitMinutes. GoodDollar’s innovative free digital currency distribution model transforms any investment mechanism into a social impact vehicle, and the project has been widely recognized in the industry as being a key contributor in speeding crypto mass adoption to those currently under-served by conventional financial services.

This is a terrific opportunity for BitMinutes to further our goals and objectives of leveraging our patent-pending technology to help those less fortunate,” said Tom Meredith, the CEO and Founder of BitMinutes. “In working with GoodDollar and its unique global basic income network, it’s easy to see why this partnership can have a positive impact on a global basis.”

The partnership, which calls for the companies to make it possible for GoodDollar members to exchange G$ tokens for BitMinutes mobile phone minutes, will focus on key markets throughout Latin America and the African continent for 4 billion consumers.

“Working with BitMinutes is a great opportunity to demonstrate the role GoodDollar plays in onboarding millions of new global consumers to the world of digital money and the greater digital economy,” said Yoni Assia, the Founder of GoodDollar. “We look forward to this partnership yielding concrete impact for hundreds of thousands of GoodDollar members around the globe.”

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