We aim to support the many public service workers, internationally, who face ever greater financial uncertainty by enabling access to cutting edge, tailor made, decentralised, financial tools.
Our vision is to ensure that even in the face of unprecedented social, environmental and economic change, we continue to adapt and deliver innovative solutions that protect the interests of public service workers.
Giving To Services is a decentralised financial (DeFi) service that harnesses blockchain technology to empower those involved in public services, including the medical, education, emergency services, government and council professions. The system is powered by an audited digital currency called SVS (an ERC20 Ethereum token) which enables transparent financial interactions between individuals, charities, institutions and other organisations connected with the provision of public services
Every member of the NHS and government service members in general will have the chance to sign up for a wallet on the SVS platform to benefit from these 4%. After a short vetting process these users will receive their wallet/ login and the SVS treasury automatically distributes rewards out of the above mentioned 4% into their wallet. So even if you do not have your own funds to invest, this will enable you to generate a passive income, which you then can also invest into the baskets described above.
Blockchain technology has the potential to simplify the way charities are managed, automating parts of the process and reducing the overall costs by requiring fewer intermediaries.
Most blockchain networks present high levels of decentralisation, meaning that they do not need to rely on a centralised government or other institutions. Thus, funds can move directly from donors to charities, and the decentralised nature of blockchain makes it uniquely suitable for international transactions.
Each transaction is unique, which means that it is also easily tracked through the blockchain. The higher level of transparency and public accountability can ease investors minds and encourage them to give while also reinforcing the charity’s reputation for integrity.