COVID-19 Blockchain Fund aims to support the widely accepted economic damage, occurring through and after the COVID-19 crisis. It is estimated by various experts, to last between six months to multiple years. With millions of people unemployed and in need of urgent support, we hope the Blockchain and general community will come together globally. Hoping to support every nation on the planet in the coming years, with predicted unemployment larger than the ‘Great Depression’ of 1929; your support is critical in reaching diversified stakeholders. From national funds to local relief funds and diverse support groups; we hope to create a trusted platform to serve everyone. Reference: UN, Weforum & BBC
The COVID-19 Blockchain Relief fund currently assists citizens of Lebanon, Syria, Africa, USA, South Korea, European Union and India. Join the movement and donate in cryptocurrency. We accept donations in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Tether and Bitcoin Cash.
"Millions of people unemployed and in need of urgent support, we hope that this amalgamation of Blockchain technology, cryptocurrency and the general community will come together as a global avenue to suppress the impact of the pandemic.” The fund is currently accepting donations in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Tether and Bitcoin Cash on the global level".
WHO (World Health Organisation) declared Coronavirus a ‘Pandemic' and a 'Public Health Emergency of International Concern' on 30th January 2020. Today, the entire world is struggling with this deadly disease and life has come to a halt, due to lockdown measures taken by governments across the world. On 1st April 2020, Blockchain enthusiasts and supporters set up this Cryptocurrency Relief Fund, to offer support for the most affected nations. The Donation fund has a dual mission. Firstly, to set a real-world example of using Cryptocurrency for tackling a real-world problem and secondly encouraging mass adaption of cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
Rishabh is a long term value investor in blockchain & cryptocurrencies since 2013 and currently providing Economic Advisory to multiple startups in the Netherlands. Previously, he has supported blockchain startups as a Chief Strategist on UBI (Universal Basic Income) in the US and Denmark, after writing an Economics & Philosophy Master Thesis on ‘Bitcoin' from TU, Delft (Netherlands) in 2016.
Nischal Arvind Singh
LLM in IPR & Tech law from the University of London, Alumni of St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi. Former Chevening, HSBC & Erasmus scholar. Also, Nischal is an International Speaker on Blockchain & Technology law on various platforms. He has consulted multiple Blockchain startups and exchanges in the past. Currently, Nischal is engaged as a full-time lawyer in India & UK, while engaging with blockchain startups globally.
Overall, the COVID-19 Blockchain Fund aims to support the widely accepted economic damage, occurring through and after the COVID-19 crisis. It is estimated by various experts that the impact of the pandemic will last between six months to multiple years. Millions of people are unemployed and in need of urgent support. We hope that this amalgamation of Blockchain technology, cryptocurrency and community support, will act as a global avenue to suppress the impact of the pandemic.