Waqf Contract Analysis Through The Crowdfunding Platform

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Lukmanul Hakim
Syifa Fauziah Adha


Digital waqf fundraising can attract prospective waqifs and help provide facilities for worship. The enthusiasm of the Badan Wakaf Indonesia for the use of crowdfunding platforms as a service that accommodates the community to be able to do waqf easily. However, supervision is needed regarding contracts in modern transactions that continue to develop. The purpose of this research is to analyze the waqf contract applied to the amalsholeh.com crowdfunding platform. This research is a descriptive qualitative research with primary data sources obtained through interviews with crowdfunding managers, waqf nazir and waqif. The results showed that the waqf funds received were deducted from Dana Pengembangan Dakwah (DPD) by 5% and the types of waqf managed were waqf buildings such as mosques and wells, Islamic boarding school buildings, and other immovable waqf. Dana Pengembangan Dakwah is not appropriate if applied to waqf programs because the waqf object must be eternal and does not decrease after being handed over by the waqif. As for solutions related to Dana Pengembangan Dakwah, there are two options; first, releasing DPD deductions from programs that fall into the category of waqf. Second, setting the amount of DPD fees together with the amount of waqf to be given by the waqif, both fund information on the same page. That way, the waqif can know exactly how much waqf will be channeled and how much da'wah development funds are infused.

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HakimL., & AdhaS. F. (2024). Waqf Contract Analysis Through The Crowdfunding Platform. Proceeding of International Conference on Sharia and Law, 2(01), 170-186. Retrieved from https://proceedings.uinsa.ac.id/index.php/ICOSLAW/article/view/1284