Two days after the declaration that some nine notable Cryptocurrencies are now accepted by UNICEF France for donation, the decentralized blockchain platform that is focused on content sharing and entertainment, Tron (TRX) today declared its interest to go into the good will course that will help salvage people from their deprived status to a prosperous one.
While the largest Cryptocurrency exchange platform in terms of trading volume formed an alliance with the United Nation is creating a prosperous world for the poor and needy through empowerment, Tron, which is a strategic partner of the exchange, also declared support for the course, with the hope of finding a place in the partnership so that it can also contribute towards SDGs.
Before now, Ripple (XRP), the blockchain technology with expertise in the remittance sector had been on the track of this good will, donating to people across the globe.
Sometimes in July, Ripple blockchain technology partnered with Raising Malawi, a charity organization founded by Madonna, to raise fund for the young needy in Malawi. Ripple, in March also donated $29 million in XRP to support school projects in the US
Earlier, Ethereum cofounder, Vitalik Buterin in alliance with OmiseGO contributed $1 Million ERC20 tokens to a charity organization in Africa, GiveDirectly.
UNICEF France Accepting Dash (DASH), Bitcoin (BTC), Ripple (XRP) And 6 Other For Donation
In a bid to ease and secure donation of funds across the world, UNICEF France, an offspring of the larger UNICEF organization declared that it is now accepting Dash (DASH), Bitcoin (BTC), Ripple (XRP), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), EOS, Stellar Lumen (XLM), Litecoin (LTC) and Monero (XMR) for donation.
The organization, which is one of the largest humanitarian group in the world, believes the newly adopted method will give donators across the world more flexibility in offering funds.
With the new approach, many believes that the blockchain technology will help enhance seamless, secure and decentralized mode of donation that can be easily monitored from the donor to the beneficiary.