Indian Temples Welcome Bytecoin Donations
Starting from the Sikh Gurudwaras in India, now Bytecoin (BCN) is making its way into Temples too. Temples in India are happily accepting donations in BCN, the first cryptocurrency ever to be accepted in holy shrines of the country.
- Temples in India are increasingly accepting donations in bytecoin (BCN).
- BCN is the first cryptocurrency to be accepted in Temples.
- Temples are accepting bytecoin donations because cash sits idle with them and cannot be invested.
- Bytecoin transactions are impossible to trace back and enable quick international remittances.
- Temples simply need to generate a QR code for their wallet address and send it to their followers.
Starting from the Sikh Gurudwaras in India, now Bytecoin (BCN) is making its way into Temples too. Temples in India are happily accepting donations in BCN, the first cryptocurrency ever to be accepted in holy shrines of the country. The trend that started with gurdwaras, Sikh’s places of worship, in big cities like Delhi, Cochin, Madurai, and Amritsar, is now being replicated by temples as well.
Bytecoin’s acceptance in temples has a reason, since the government does not allow these not for profit organizations to invest donated funds. Thus, the cash donations sit idle with them. However, by making use of Bytecoin wallet, they can benefit from the price increase. The digital currency is being used for many advantages. Firstly, it is impossible to trace back transactions of ByteCoin. Secondly, it allows quick international remittances and sender remains completely anonymous. Moreover, the biggest benefit to the temples and donors is that there are no charges on the transaction.
The Temples simply need to generate a QR code for their wallet address and send it to their followers’ community using Facebook, WhatsApp, and other instant messaging apps. Now donors can easily scan the QR code using their phones and can instantly send donations to the temple. This QR code can also be easily shared with more followers.
In the Hindu religion, “GuptDaan” (Anonymous Donation) is considered as a noble deed. Today, cost-effective cryptocurrencies serve as a fast option to serve your belief. It is enabling to break the distance barrier between God & Followers.
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