The nine-acre sanctuary for the homeless known as Satoshi Forest, located in Pensacola (Florida, United States), received its first bitHouse, which is already assembled and ready to become a home.
For the more distracted Bitcoiners, the Pensacola Homeless Outreach is an organization supported by Bitcoin donations that helps people in need with food and a place to stay.
Since it’s illegal to sleep on the streets of some North-American cities, the Satoshi Forest – which is private land – provides a free and safe place where the homeless can stay with worrying about the authorities. Now, with the first bitHouses arriving, the living conditions are about to improve a lot, all with the help of the Bitcoin users around the world.
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