A NON-PROFIT CHARITY NETWORK BUILT ON PROOF-OF-STAKE BLOCKCHAIN WITH MASTERNODES

| September 12, 2018

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The Carebit Network and Care coin will enable a first-of-its kind blockchainpowered real-world and real-time donation disbursement and fund tracking service for Charitable Donations. Through our proprietary FUND TRACKING TOOL, charitable donations are completed with FULL transparency; something that was never before possible until now. Finally, individuals and institutions will take comfort and full consolation in the direct engagement of their charitable deeds through the Carebit network, which will facilitate the direct transfer of funds to charitable causes through Carebit’s own charitable causes.

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Project To Cure

Project To Cure was founded in 2004 by Charles and Andrea Hirsch with the support of their family and friends. It is a grass roots organization that operates under the North Shore LIJ Health System Foundation. Four years after their son’s recovery at Cohen Children's Medical Center from a benign pituitary brain tumor the Hirsch’s were interested in finding a means to give back to the facility that cured their son. They were approached by their surgeon and asked if they were interested in raising funds to support a novel line of research that targeted cancerous brain tumors.

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Project To Cure was founded in 2004 by Charles and Andrea Hirsch with the support of their family and friends. It is a grass roots organization that operates under the North Shore LIJ Health System Foundation. Four years after their son’s recovery at Cohen Children's Medical Center from a benign pituitary brain tumor the Hirsch’s were interested in finding a means to give back to the facility that cured their son. They were approached by their surgeon and asked if they were interested in raising funds to support a novel line of research that targeted cancerous brain tumors.

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