The Intersection of Charity and Blockchain with CURE Token Founder Jacob Beckley

Horacio sat down with Jacob Beckley, founder of CURE Token and the Beckley Foundation. Jacob created CURE Token, a cryptocurrency, in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic amid a steep decline in charitable donations. Since then, Jacob has found greater utility for the coin and hopes to integrate into a new blockchain that can potentially revolutionize healthcare.

Discussion topics include:

  • Establishing the Beckley Foundation for pediatric cancer research

  • Raising money by climbing mountains, rowing across Lake Michigan, and hosting fundraising events

  • Creating CURE Token in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic

  • Other charitable crypto projects that turned out to be scams

  • Developing CURE Pay to make the introduction to cryptocurrencies much easier

  • The tokenomics of CURE Token to make it as efficient as possible

  • The flaw with other foundations only giving a small percentage of donations to the areas of need

  • Partnering with grassroots foundations to keep them in operation through CURE Token

  • Supporting children and families all over the world

  • Using blockchain technology through CURE Chain as a way to speed up pediatric cancer research by connecting researchers across the world through crypto

  • Sponsoring the NASCAR race team Kaulig Racing and driver Noah Gragson for one race

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