Polygon co-founder raises $2.2M for India COVID-19 relief
April 27, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.
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A crypto relief fund to help India combat the massive spread of COVID-19 has raised over $2.2 million so far.
The cryptocurrency community has donated over $2. 2 million to help India battle a resurgence in COVID-19 cases that has gripped the South Asian country over the past month.
Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal established the COVID-19 relief fund to get more food, vaccines and medicine to those in need.
“Can't take this sitting down anymore, I am going to run a Covid relief campaign in lieu of what’s going on in India,” Nailwal said.
Can't take this sitting down anymore, I am going to run a Covid relief campaign in lieu of what’s going on in India.
Need help from the Global crypto community. I will take full responsibility for transparency, funds usage and regulatory complianceIf you want to donate. .
After @patcummins30, now @BrettLee_58 donated 1 Bitcoin to support India’s fight against COVID.
Incidences of COVID-19 are exploding across India, with the daily infection rate eclipsing 350,000 for five straight days.
More than 17. 6 million cumulative COVID cases have been reported in India so far, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.