If you've been a #bitconfused about bitcoin, or a #bitconfused about life in general, you've come to the right place. We are confusion exterminators, and our weapon of choice is the #BitBlog! My name is Steven Carpenter, and I'm the founder of QLF Incorporated (Quantum Leap Foundation Inc.), and online learning portal Bitconfused.org. Our blog consists of various articles related to current world events, as well as innovative problem solutions. We aim to post content that directly relates to bitcoin and digital philanthropy, but some of our writers may post articles that fall under topics such as philosophy and religion. The #BitBlog's goal is to educate & engage readers in digital philanthropy by exploring and testing incentives for problem solving, learning, and promoting the welfare of society and environment as a collective whole.
We're not here to sell anything or to make any money for personal gain or pleasure. We believe that digital philanthropy works alongside of profit, as long as helping others is the main motivation, and not the profit! There isn't a lack of initiative or motivation to help in the world, but there is an incredible lack of faith and hope. We are genuinely passionate, dedicated and emotionally invested in the idea of digital philanthropy.
We believe in our dream. Do you believe in yours?
I was always so inspired by Martin Luther King Jr. as a young boy. Growing up in the south, I was always a #bitconfused about racism and the denial that it still exists. We tend to teach and interpret history as something that happened and was resolved, but that is not the case. I believe this country (America), and our world is in need of a leader. Our government and people need guidance and hope. Bitcoin is the empowerment necessary for people to understand how much they can help while seemingly doing nothing! Nonprofit organizations like QLF Incorporated are crucial for creating change. Decentralized systems and technologies help redistribute power & wealth equally throughout the world.
What's in it for you?
Some of you are thinking, "What's in it for me? Why should I want to help the rest of the world when the rest of the world doesn't help me?". The rest of the world isn't obligated to help you, but there is no statistical evidence or proof that they do not want to help. You also aren't obligated to help them. The idea behind digital philanthropy is that a certain incentive that you personally care for will result in your participation.
Example: Freerice.com is a nonprofit organization of the World Food Programme, and donates 10 grains of rice to help fight world hunger, for every question you answer correctly on the learning platform! This is a way to learn, help fight world hunger and to participate in digital philanthropy, right from your smartphone or computer. When you realize the opportunity of digital philanthropy, you'll understand how it benefits you & the rest of humanity as a collective whole.