Binance Charity has announced a new charity program, Pink Care TokenToken
– is an accounting unit that is used to represent a digital balance in an asset.Details (PCAT). The program is designed to help and support women of the third world.
Pink Care Token – women's charity program
According to the site, Pink Care Token (PCAT) is an initiative sponsored by women's hygiene products to support girls in underdeveloped countries. As it became known, according to the PSI organization of health and research, in the world more than 2.5 million women do not have access to feminine hygiene items.
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As stated on the site, there are women in Uganda who use cassava leaves as sanitary pads, which leads to infectious diseases. In addition, in Nepal, some women even suffer from Chhoupadi (expulsion of the menstrual cycle) when women are ostracized by their families and communities during periods of menstruation. Sometimes there are even cases when a woman is prohibited from touching other people, livestock or plants, as well as sharing the same water source.
Pink Care Token has been designed to solve these problems. According to the information, anyone can donate money to support women's health and hygiene in distant underdeveloped countries.
As indicated on the Binance Charity website, "The sign of pink care is a new form developed as a marker of social impact on poverty (...) Instead of a monetary price, one unit of Pink Care Token is provided with a one-year supply of sanitary pads for one girl."
Now, the program is supported by Tron Foundation and BitTorrent companies. CEO Justin Sun announced this on his Twitter account.
The Pink Care Token cryptocurrency initiative was launched to care for women. Recall that Binance Academy shared their vision of using the blockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details for charity.
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