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In its first move towards accepting the controversial currency, bitcoin, the charitable branch of Fidelity will now allow customers to use bitcoin in their donor-advised funds.

"Fidelity Charitable, the public charity arm of US mutual fund giant Fidelity Investments, has announced customers can now use bitcoin to support charities through its donor-advised funds.

"According to the organization’s latest annual report, Fidelity Charitable customers had more than 63,000 donor-advised accounts open as of 2014, with the median giving balance equalling roughly $16,000."--Pete Rizzo, the Coindesk

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