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Give Zakat

“And establish prayer and give zakat, and whatever good you put forward for yourselves – you will find it with Allah; surely Allah sees what you do.” —The Holy Qur’an, 2:110
ANONYMOUS. SECURE. PRIVATE.

ANYWHERE AND EVERYWHERE.

Who is eligible for zakat?
According to the Holy Qur’an (9:60), there are eight (8) categories of peoples who qualify to be beneficiaries of zakat:
The poor
The needy
The collectors of zakat (this site is an example)
Those whose hearts are to be won over
Captives
Those burdened with debt
In the cause of Allah (SWT)
Travelers


Why use crypto for zakat?
The very nature of cryptocurrencies allow Zakat.tax to collect and instantly distribute zakat anywhere in the world especially to those who are most in need, in accordance with Islamic guidelines and without others intrusions.

Giving your zakat using cryptocurrency through this site can help provide emergency food, shelter for refugees, job training, medication and so much more privately, quickly, safely, securely, and without obstruction of banks or others.

Blockchain systems also provide an untraceable means to provide a receipt proving payment while remaining anonymous in your giving of zakat.

BTC

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ETH

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Most scholars agree that the poor and needy are the most important categories of people to receive zakat. Given that, it is acceptable to give your entire zakat allotment to individuals who are in those groups. Zakat.tax follows the practice agreed upon by most scholars, which states that collectors of zakat are one of the eight groups that are eligible to receive zakat. As such, Zakat.tax is eligible to use up to 12.5% (1/8th) of donations made for core work, including administrative and operational functions.