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Instagram is offering users a new ‘donation’ sticker feature, which directly competes with GoFundMe and CashApp among others.
It was just a matter of time before Facebook provided a donation feature on their mobile app. Much like the Facebook online donation feature. The feature is set to appear on Android apps as a ‘fundraiser’ sticker to aide, organizations, and activists in their movement. With a duration of up to 30-days, creators must also be over the age of 18-years old. The feature capitalizes on the popularity of Cash App, GoFundMe, and other charity fundraiser applications. Now non-for-profit organizations will be able to connect followers to their movement.
While the features are an added bonus for organizations and individuals dedicated to fundraising. The app can also be used for those ‘work-at-home’ careers. As in an OnlyFans substitute is so desired for those who were wondering. It practically is the same type of activity on Instagram. LOL
Instagram has clearly figured out that making money-raising tools available to its users is powerful and popular. It will likely increase the usage of the feature as activism also rises.[bctt tweet=”Instagram is offering users a new ‘donation’ sticker feature, which directly competes with GoFundMe and CashApp among others. ” via=”no”]