Tagged: oklahoma

SALT Announcements: Expands U.S. Reach to 86%; Now Offering Blockchain-Backed Loans in Washington, D.C.

SALT, a U.S.-based Blockchain-Backed Loans provider for cryptocurrency holders, announced on Wednesday it has begun offering Blockchain-Backed Loans in Washington, D.C., Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Montana. The company reported that with this new expansion, it is now able to lend to 86% of the U.S.  As… Read More

Coinsource Announces Bitcoin ATM Installation in Oklahoma

Coinsource, a bitcoin ATM network, announced on Thursday its bitcoin ATM installation in Oklahoma State. The company’s new market entrance came in the wake of repeated resident requests for access to bitcoin in Oklahoma City, now the 27th most populous city in the country. The… Read More

God Loves Gays National Billboard Campaign Project Seeks $20,000 on YouCaring to Bring Billboards to 20 States

In an effort to end hate crimes and violence against the LGBTQ community, the “God Loves Gays National Billboard Campaign” project has been launched on YouCaring to raise $20,000 to post billboards in 20 states. Last year, the creator of the God Twitter and Facebook page… Read More

Satanic Monument Fully Funded On Indiegogo, Statue Image Released

Crowdfunding is certainly used for a variety of endeavors and reasons, some of them quite strange. This one is right up there. We reported on the launch of a campaign to fund a monument to Satan about a month ago. Less than 30 days later… Read More

Indiegogo Campaign Seeks Funding For Satanic Monument Alongside Ten Commandments At Oklahoma Capitol

The separation of church and state is a contentious topic here in the United States, and a crowdfunding campaign launched by a spokesperson for the Satanic Temple seeks to prove a point by crowdfunding a monument to go alongside an existing Ten Commandments monument in… Read More

After Disasters, Crowdfunding Can Help Public Donate Smart

Last year a student at Chardon High School in Ohio shot and killed three classmates and wounded three others, leaving one permanently paralyzed. Fast forward to today and the city of Chardon is again in shock, this time due to the dispersement of over $900,000… Read More

Crowdfunding sites raise thousands for Oklahoma victims

Crowdfunding websites are seeing donations pour in following the deadly tornado that ravaged Moore, Okla. More than a dozen separate campaigns popped up on crowdfunding site, Fundly, less than 24 hours after the tornado swept through the Oklahoma City suburb, killing at least 24 people, injuring more… Read More

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