2.5 million worth of cryptocurrency donated to UNICEF for Ukraine. Russia Corrupt currency has emerged as a powerful party in Ukraine. Corrupt currency exchanges around the world are blocking Russian-linked cryptocurrencies against the invasion of Ukraine.
2.5 million worth of cryptocurrency gift to Ukraine
Ukraine, on the other hand, is receiving donations in the form of bitcoins, etherium, dodge coins and other corrupt currencies.
Yesterday, the world’s largest crypto exchange, Coin Base, blocked more than 25,000 crypto addresses in Russia, while another major exchange donated ڈھ 2.5 million worth of cryptocurrency.
The United Nations has asked for donations for emergency relief operations in war-torn Ukraine.
2.5 million worth of donated to UNICEF for Ukraine
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The cryptocurrency exchange has donated 25 2.5 million worth of cryptocurrency to UNICEF to help war-affected Ukrainian children.
2.5 million worth of cryptocurrency donated for Ukraine
This is the second donation made by Binance to Ukraine. Earlier, the company donated کروڑ 10 million worth of cryptocurrency to the war-torn country.
A statement from UNICEF said, “During this difficult time, donations have been made by UNICEF, which will be used for the welfare of children in Ukraine and neighboring countries.”
2.5 million worth of cryptocurrency to UNICEF for Ukraine
It is to be noted that Switzerland and South Korea have blocked access to cryptocurrencies and other digital addresses of Russian citizens and businessmen along with Coin Base.
According to a report by the American broadcaster CNBC, since February 24, Ukraine has received 47 54.7 million in donations in the form of cryptocurrencies.