Anndy Lian, a thought leader in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space shared his perspective on crypto giving with ElonGate on 14 July 2021, 6.00am Singapore time.

Alexander Gambon, Chief Storytelling Officer and part of the leadership team at ElonGate hosted the AMA session with Anndy. ElonGate is a pioneer and one of the largest cryptocurrency based organisations that have donated for than $3 million. Donations went to Human Relief Foundation, Action Against Hunger, just to name a few and the most recent to Malala Fund to support girls’ education.

Anndy Lian highlighted that crypto companies must work harder in the downtimes and build other streams of revenue. "ElonGate can offer their technology on the ground to help other businesses in need. They have the community and the people. They can drive traffic to the businesses and in return include an automated deduction to charities by using ElonGate charity mechanism." Anndy Lian said.

Anndy went on to explain that Asia is an untapped market for them and it is important to set their foot into this market. He also added that the project must gain traction with the mainstream media to gain more acceptance from the general public.

Elongate is providing an opportunity and solution for people to have a social impact by connecting the blockchain with charitable giving. Anndy ended his session by telling all that he believes that blockchain and cryptocurrency are not just about money but also purpose and utility.

"We should all do good using blockchain."

Elongate consists of a community of over 465,000 holders, with a total following of more than 320,000 users across all its platforms and channels. For more information on Elongate, visit

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Anndy Lian is an intergovernmental expert. Currently acting as the Chief Digital Advisor to Mongolia’s national productivity agenda. He is also the Chairman for Asia at BigONE Exchange where he gave strategic advice for the exchange to grow in Asia. For more information on Anndy, visit