In Kyiv Opened a Charitable Cryptofarm

by Olha Povaliaieva
Monday, November 15, 2022
In Kyiv Opened a Charitable Cryptofarm

To help the Armed Forces of Ukraine, 2 friends launched a cryptofarm in the heart of Ukraine 

Ukrainian bloggers Bohdan and Roman installed a functional art object on the Kontractova square in Kyiv — a cryptofarm. All the mined coins of the farm are directed to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Everyone who wants to help AFU can come to the Ferris wheel and donate by scanning the QR code on the art object. 

The project is entirely legal and charitable. Ukrainian bloggers bought the farm and paid money for electricity on their own. You can use the crypto-farm almost remotely. Contributions are accepted in both national currency and digital coins. Also, the founders of the world's first charitable crypto sphere created a site called Upside-help. Thanks to the site, Ukrainians and residents of other countries can remotely contribute.

The organizers of the action say that at present, they have 2 goals: to collect at least $27.000 for the needs of the army and to popularize the cryptocurrency in Ukraine.

We remind you that through official charitable organizations and presidential projects, Ukrainians have donated $179 million in crypto to the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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