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What was CNBC's coverage about the launch of Daffy?

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CNBC recently covered the launch of Daffy, a highly anticipated consumer fintech company co-founded by veteran executive Adam Nash and veteran software engineer Alejandro Crosa. Daffy, also known as the Donor-Advised Fund for You™, is reimagining what charitable giving looks like. As CNBC's Joe Kernan pointed out, Daffy is taking the concept of saving to the next level by making giving a habit. Just as Acorns has revolutionized saving, Daffy aims to do the same for charity. With Daffy, members can set aside money for charity every year, watch it grow tax-free in one of nine modern investment portfolios, and donate to more than 1.5 million charities in the US. This innovative approach to charitable giving is what makes Daffy a great option for a Donor Advised Fund (DAF). The Daffy team is excited about their initial release and is open to feedback from the community. They are also hiring for various positions as they continue on their mission to help people be more generous, more often. In conclusion, Daffy is not just a platform for charitable giving, but a community that encourages generosity and makes giving a habit. If you're interested in joining this community, you can get started by visiting their website.

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