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GoodDollar

GoodDollar is a cryptocurrency platform for global Universal Basic Income.

GoodDollar is a digital coin and wallet that allows a user to receive free digital Basic Income with real monetary value and have it delivered to their phone. The concept is a Basic Income product that is detached and not controlled by one specific government, while benefitting from the governance and support mechanisms of the public blockchain network. GoodDolllar currency, called the G$ coin, can be claimed by any cell phone owner and converted to local currency.

GoodDollar experiment is a series of tests with the ultimate purpose of reducing wealth inequality through blockchain technology. The company's mission is to build a new, global, open-source cryptocurrency—called GoodDollar—to distribute money using the principles of Universal Basic Income (UBI).

Timeline

February 8, 2021
eToro expands its GoodDollar digital currency initiative by sponsoring the next one million Basic Income recipients.
January 1, 2021
GoodDollar reaches 18 counties and 50,000 users.
September 10, 2020
eToro launches GoodDollar and starts delivering Universal Basic Income.
February 12, 2020
GoodDollar presents its vision for Universal Basic Income at the OECD forum.
November 8, 2018
GoodDollar raises a $1,000,000 venture round from EToro.

Funding rounds

People

Name
Role
LinkedIn

Amit Baram

Creative Director

Anna Stone

Commercial Director

Dorit Dvir

Director for Operations

Hadar Rottenberg

Engineering Director

Tal Oron

Executive Director

Yoni Assia

Founder and Chairman

Further reading

Title
Author
Link
Type
Date

From 2008 - 2018: The Year of Bitcoin and Good Dollar, the Ultimate Crypto | The Daily Hodl

Daily Hodl Staff

Web

OpenUBI Ecosystem Launched by GoodDollar and Partners in Berlin | NewsBTC

Guest Author

Web

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

Title
Date
Link

Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

eToro

Yoni Assia

Trading financial assets

GoodDollar.org

Yoni Assia

References

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