A WHOLE NEW WAY TO MAKE THE WORLD BETTER TOGETHER
To collaborate we need trust. How to build trust? Be Frank.
Frank is a transparent bank account ledger of non-profit and crowdfunded projects that wish to show the outside world how they utilize funds. Frank is a platform where innovative projects and their supporters can collaborate on a basis of verified, undistorted data from trusted source.
• Follow projects spending in real time.
• Advise to project you support by timely comments.
• Make your project’s account completely transparent in order to build trust, share knowledge, and empower your supporters.
DATA YOU CAN TRUST Frank processes the data of every transaction from the bank account of an organization and automatically analyzes this data in real time. Dive into the trustworthy, independently-verified, and undistorted financial data to see the impact of your donation, to know exactly where your money goes.
OPEN KNOWLEDGE SHARING Comment transactions, take part in discussions, share your expertize, spread the information about the project you support. Develop and share best practices together.
NO ADMINISTRATIVE BURDEN Frank creates space for open discussion between you and the organization. For the organization, this reduces the resources needed to report and communicate with the public via costly, old-fashioned methods.
We’ll be Frank: open finances translate to more trust, better relationships, and more causes funded and populations served. We believe that collaborative money approach is where the solution lies to act more efficiently as society. The future belongs to those nonprofits and projects creators who will accelerate this process and be the first to openly share their data and practices. This leads to empowered communities, lower resource drains, and increased efficiency.
Frank is more than an app; it’s a movement. Join us today.
CONNECT WITH US
Web — http://www.frank.ly
Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/frank.money.inc
Medium — https://medium.com/frank-blog
Twitter — @frankmoneyinc
Instagram — @frank.money
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