Blockchain

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Explained

In our last blog post we broke down blockchain technology and how exactly cryptocurrency is sent securely from one user to another. This week we will be discussing how the technology powers cryptocurrencies (including Bitcoin) as well as explain mining. To begin, let’s clear something up: blockchain and Bitcoin are often used interchangeably, as cryptocurrencies…

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Blockchain

Blockchain Explained

Foundation 64 is excited to have recently launched a Blockchain donation option! For those unsure of exactly how Blockchain technology works or if you should trust it, we thought we would create a blog post breaking down Blockchain technology and explaining it in simple terms. Consider this a complete crash course in Blockchain technology! So…

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Africa

Article in Into the Void Magazine

The January 2019 issue of Into the Void Magazine features an interview with Foundation 64’s lead photographer Aydin Matlabi about our ongoing series “We are the Heritage”. The humanitarian photo series, now in it’s third year, showcases the orphans in the care of the Bumi Orphanage in the DRC with all proceeds going directly back…

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Africa

Article in Beware! Magazine

In light of his upcoming exhibition presented by SOS Enfants, Beware! Magazine recently published an article on the photography of Aydin Matlabi. The article details Matlabi’s approach to humanitarian photography as well as his evolution as an artist and showcases some of his more prominent work. Click on the link below to read more, Beware…

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Africa

Humanitarian Photography Exhibition in Paris

Humanitarian photographer and founder of F64 Aydin Matlabi will showcase his photo series “We Are The Heritage” presented by SOS Enfants on Tuesday November 20, 2018 at Minca Coworking in Paris, France. The powerful portraits from Matlabi’s three year long project photographing the children of the Bumi Orphanage in the Democratic Republic of Congo will…

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Michel

Michel was the heritage. A child I once held in my arms closed his eyes for the last time today. His soul faded into an innocent dream and in that dream he will remain. Michel did not wake up this morning. His light, his smile, has faded. His laughter that once filled the orphanage has…

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