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"No man can become rich without

enriching others."

"Not what I have but what I do

is my kingdom."

"Not he who has much is rich

but he who gives much."

100% for charity

All ICO funds go to charity

I Gave is a charitable Ethereum DAO. All ICO funds are locked in smart contracts. Token holders vote to fund monthly charity allowances.

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Charitable DAO

Each month, ICO funds are directed to non-profit organizations to fund their operation costs.


I Gave smart contracts live on the Ethereum blockchain.

IGV Token

The IGV Token facilitates DAO voting.


DAPPs generate monthly income to supplement charity allowances.

Donor Recognition

Donors earn DAO votes for supporting charitable causes.


"Smart contracts today may be similar to e-commerce in the 1990s - poised for widespread adoption and explosive growth even though it may still be a few years off."

World Economic Forum

"10% of Global Gross Domestic Product will be stored on blockchain technology by 2027"


"What you're seeing with ethereum is exponential increase in the number of projects — there are billions of dollars being poured into the ecosystem right now — maybe 10 times more projects this year than last year,


In the past 50 years fewer than 200 non-profits crossed the $50M revenue barrier.

There is a social stigma to profit from helping others. It's 'ethical' to take a smaller paycheck to direct more funds to the needy. There is a $300,000 pay gap between private sector and non-profit executives. This creates a perverse choice between doing well for yourself and doing good for the world.
Philanthropists prefer their gifts go to the needy. It’s a difficult problem explaining that marketing benefits the needy. A donation that grows an organization can help tens, hundreds, or thousands more.
Risk is also heavily scrutinized. A Hollywood movie can cost millions and flop at the box office. If a charity CEO fails to deliver a return in a short period of time they may lose their career. Without the ability to take risks, entrepreneurs cannot generate innovation in the space.
Startups can take years before providing a return to their investors. Non-profits cannot pursue plans that effectively scale their organizations. If a non-profit project would take years to establish before funds would get to the needy you can anticipate character assassination.
Charities need funding to keep their organizations running but don't have access to traditional capital markets. They don't have access to funding required for innovation or taking risks. The non-profit sector is cut out of the multi-trillion dollar capital markets.

The way we think about charity is dead wrong


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