Oxfam International, a U.K.-based non-profit group, just spent a month testing MakerDAO's stablecoin DAI as a vehicle for helping disaster victims.
Could blockchain underpin a U.S. State Department overhaul? Members of the department and blockchain startups are encouraged after a recent forum.
The US agency charged with mitigating the spread of infectious disease is turning to blockchain in a bid to improve efficiency – and save lives.
Non-profits are fast waking up to the possibilities offered by blockchain, but implementing real-world solutions will be anything but easy.
A closer look at how blockchain efforts could make a real difference in the world of charities and aid distribution.
UN food aid has been issued to thousands of Syrian refugees, signaling success for one of the largest charitable implementations of ethereum.
A blockchain movement is growing at the United Nations, where transparency is key to keeping the funding coming in.
CoinDesk explores whether bitcoin and blockchain technology could make a difference in the global aid sector.