GoHelpFund - Beta Version Feedback
We would highly appreciate if you could share your experience on
This is the MVP version where we make a proof of concept on how you can make transparent transactions using blockchain. You can donate using the virtual credit (HELP coins), which will trigger a blockchain transaction. You can see that the money goes exactly to the specific campaign you've donated by using the transaction tab on a humanitarian cause (campaign).
We're in advanced discussion with several payment processors and in very short time we will implement multiple payment options (card, bank transfer, sms etc)
How much do you like the visual aspect? (appearance, how the website looks, design, UI)
How easy to use and intuitive is it? (create a campaign, view existing campaigns, donating, viewing donations etc)
What did you like about it?
What didn't you like about it?
What features you would enjoy most? (3 max)
Filter campaigns based on categories (see all campaigns from "Education" for example)
Get updates from causes you've supported on how are the money used (with text, photos etc)
Become a volunteer button (you can donate or become a volunteer)
See humanitarian events near you
Recurrent donations for a cause / NGO (automatically donate every month)
Campaign matching: find campaigns based on personal preferences
Team fundraising (pick some friends and raise money together for a cause)
Pay with other cryptocurrencies option (BTC, ETH)
Would you be willing to use the platform when we'll integrate card and other payment methods?
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Did you use other fundraising platforms?
What differences did you notice compared to other platforms?
Do you consider yourself to be:
Blockchain / Cryptocurrency enthusiast (looking to see blockchain potential)
NGO owner or employee (looking to raise money for the organization)
Individual fundraiser (looking to raise money for my personal cause)
Donor (looking to support humanitarian causes by donating)
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