According to the China Times, the current blockchain technology is widely used in various industries, and its traceability, immutability and decentralization characteristics seem to provide a possibility for transparency in the field of public welfare and charity. Zheng Xiangzheng, President of Shenzhen Information Service Industry Blockchain Association, said that from a purely technical perspective, the decentralized, transparent and traceable characteristics of blockchain are particularly suitable for the field of charity. A better solution can be obtained by applying blockchain technology. In the eyes of the industry, donors and recipients cannot effectively reach a consensus, and donated items cannot be delivered to the recipients in a timely manner. These problems can be solved through blockchain technology. Not only that, because each donor on the chain is a node, once the data is changed, more than half of the nodes must agree to it, which can effectively prevent people with malicious intentions from tampering with the information.