Blockchain technology is quickly becoming a tool for social impact.

New projects are emerging every day, including those focusing on digital identity, mobile payments, elections, food supply, and impact measurement.

Nonprofits are starting to see the impact as recipients of donations of cryptocurrency or related tokens are generated from blockchain projects, investments in newly formed crypto hedge funds, and starting their own projects directly.

At this BPM Nonprofit Education Series, learn how blockchain and cryptocurrency could impact your nonprofit organization.

This session will be hosted live at BPM San Francisco, with video conference to our other San Francisco Bay Area offices, including BPM Menlo Park, BPM San Jose, BPM Santa Rosa, and BPM Walnut Creek.

Daniel Figueredo, CPA, CGMA, Partner, Assurance. Daniel is the head of BPM's Nonprofit Industry group and has been with the Firm since 2003. He has worked extensively with the Uniform Guidance and Single Audits, significant endowments and UPMIFA, tax-exempt debt, planned giving, gifts-in-kin, and significant capital campaigns. He frequently presents at Northern California Planned Giving Council Conference, the Conference on Charitable Giving, and other industry associations.

This session is free, but registration is required.

Click here to register.