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In February, Forbes published its first-ever list of cryptocurrencies' richest people.According to the magazine's editor, the best way to pull digital currencies out from the shadows and "into the adolescence of a legitimate asset class" is to shine a light on the beneficiaries.One of the best philanthropic causes to support is health care in developing countries.This could be accomplished by joining Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk and many others who have donated at least half of their personal wealth to social causes, including global health.Second, advocate for a transaction tax on digital-currency trading and push to use the revenue to finance health care projects in the developing world. Simply put, there is no better place to direct cryptocurrency philanthropy than health care projects in the Global South, where digital-currency trading is expanding faster than anywhere else.In my experience, there is no better way to do the most good with wealth than by spending it on health care in the developing world.
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