According to the latest reports, we will be seeing huge income programs soon that will be giving away $37,560,000. Check out the important details below.

$37,560,000 to be given away in important income programs

A total of $37.56 million is being distributed through two guaranteed income programs in major metropolitan areas across the United States. One of the programs, called Breathe, is expanding in Los Angeles County.

Its goal is to provide $1,000 per month for a period of three years to 1,000 individuals who are struggling to make ends meet.

The program has now extended its coverage to assist individuals who have gone through the foster care system. Two-hundred individuals between the ages of 21 and 23 will receive $1,000 per month for two years.

In Paterson, New Jersey, the application process is open for a guaranteed income pilot that will allocate a total of $960,000.

According to the latest reports coming from the online publication the Daily Hodl, there are two-hundred families that will be selected via a lottery system to receive debit cards loaded with $400 in free monthly income for an entire year.

“To qualify, individuals must have an income below $30,000, and families below $88,000. All applicants must be 18 years old or older, and be a resident of Paterson,” according to the official notes.

It has been also revealed the fact that the programs are two one dozens that are launching across the US in an effort to determine how cash handouts can help people living below the poverty line.

Regarding the crypto space, Bitwise, the world’s largest crypto index fund manager, predicts that a Bitcoin (BTC) spot exchange-traded fund (ETF) could attract $50 billion within years of launching.

According to Bitwise CEO, Matt Hougan, the first year of a spot BTC ETF could see about $5 billion in investments.

He also pointed out that the maximum record for ETFs without their own assets is around $5 billion. Hougan predicts that a spot BTC ETF could garner about $50 billion in the first five years.

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