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Bitcoin donations for Ukraine reached $4 million from anonymous contributors

Bitcoin donations for Ukraine reached $4 million after anonymous contributors decided to achieve $3 million mark. This kind gesture of crypto community will not go unnoticed.

Russia has started full scale war against Ukraine. Recent updates from the country are very disturbing because a country with huge resources and might is trying to take on a much smaller country. United States and NATO allies are hesitating to help Ukraine. Many volunteer groups and non-government organizations (NGOs) have decided to help the victim of this war. Anonymous contributors have deposited Bitcoin donations to help Ukraine.

Bitcoin donations for Ukraine:

 Flagship currency has been associated with many illegal activities in the past. As reported by Finbold, one NGO has received more than $4 million in Bitcoin donations from anonymous contributors around the world. NGO received $675,000 by February 24 but a day after firm received more than $3.4 million. A single donation of more than $3 million was made by an anonymous user.

Bitcoin donations
Source: Elliptic

This crowdfunded money will be used to help the Ukrainian military in terms of medical supplies and purchase of armaments. This positive image of the flagship currency must be shown to the world. ‘The might is right’ proverb is being implemented by Russia which is totally un-acceptable.

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