Bitcoin Donations to Help Support Ukraine Against Russia Has surpassed $4 Million.

Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine borders, Millions of dollars being funded to help support the Ukrainian ARMY, according to the blockchain analytics firm Elliptic. Approximately 109 bitcoins (Last time I checked my wallet I had like 0.053 btc in it).

The organization Come Back Alive founded by Vitaliy Deynega, is one of the largest non-governmental organizations in Ukraine conducting fundraising to provide Ukraine’s military with the necessary supplies and equipment such as drones, thermographic cameras, and even body armors. This foundation began accepting bitcoin in 2018 but the major part of coins they hold has come after the Russian military invasion of Continue Reading…

News Dec 13, 2021

So, I was scrolling through some latest news and I got to read this on a blog site…Seriously it’s shaking my head!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Hot Wallet- a wallet where readily accessible funds are held — of cryptocurrency exchange AscentEX AscendEX was hacked and tens of millions of…

Crypto Dec 12, 2021

New Delhi: Prime Minister Modi said on Friday that emerging technologies such as cryptocurrencies should be used to empower democracy, not undermine it.

“We must joint shape the global norms for emerging technologies like social media and cryptocurrencies so that they are used to empower democracy, not to undermine it,” PM Modi told a virtual summit hosted by US President Joe Biden.

There are an estimated 15–20 million cryptocurrencies holders in India, with a total holding of around Continue Reading….