How to: Donate your $SWASH via Data for Good

Put your data-generated income to a good cause, hassle-free.

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3 min readJul 24


So you’ve supercharged your browser with the Swash extension, maybe even turned on the ‘Earn More’ feature; The bottom line is — you’re earning while you do all the things you normally would. What now?

Of course, you can always withdraw your $SWASH and spend it irl. But, before you do that, what if we told you that you could donate some of it to a charity of your choice?

Meet Data for Good — a feature available within the Swash extension which allows you to donate without the need to reach into your own pockets.


  1. Choose a charity.

There are multiple charities to choose from so that you always can support a cause you believe in.

  1. Pick between one-off and ongoing donations.

Fancy yourself a mini philanthropist? Ongoing donations are a great hassle-free choice for those who want to do good on autopilot. Just set it up, and we’ll ensure your donations are made.

  1. Choose the amount.

Donate as much or as little as you wish. No matter how big or small, every contribution makes a difference.

Got any further questions? Reach us over at Discord and/or Twitter.

About Swash

At Swash, if it’s your data, it’s your income.

Swash is an ecosystem of tools and services that enable people, businesses, and developers to unlock the latent value of data by pooling, securely sharing, and monetising its value.

  • People share their data to earn while retaining their privacy.
  • Businesses access high-quality, zero-party data in a sustainable and compliant way.
  • Developers set up and build systems within a collaborative development framework with ease.

As the world’s leading Data Union, Swash is reimagining data ownership by enabling all actors of the data economy to earn, access, build and collaborate in a liquid digital ecosystem for data.

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