On March 26, Binance representatives spoke about the results of humanitarian aid in Bududa, where a series of landslides occurred last year. The Binance Charity team and 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 Foundation called on participants to join them today, March 28, for AMA (Ask Me Anything).
The Blockchain Charitable Foundation by Binance Charity was founded as part of the Blockchain for Good movement. The purpose of the fund: the opportunity for everyone to "demonstrate their support for a better world." Anyone can take part in the campaign and transfer money through the Binance Charity platform to support victims of disasters or war.
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AMA on the Binance Charity
Binance reported on its official Facebook page that on March 28th, a planned AMA (Ask Me Anything) will be held about supporting the distressed in Bududa.
AMA or Ask Me Anything is a report format when participants in a promotion or project answer questions online.
On October 11, 2018, a series of anomalous landslides occurred in the district of Bududu, in the Eastern Region of Uganda. As a result of the cataclysm, 51 people were killed, 400 were missing. The total number of victims was 12,000 residents.
Helen Hai, who previously headed the Binance Charity, announced that she intended to help the distressed district and opened charitable collections. According to the information on the site, 14.8033 BTC was collected (equivalent to US $ 59500.36).
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"With aid distributed to over 1,300 Bududa landslide victims, more than 200 hungry kids fed daily with the "Lunch for children" program (...) Join them for the AMA on March 28th (...)" – Binance, Facebook.
Binance Charity will hold an AMA about charity in Bududa under the hashtag of Blockchain for Good. Recall that the fund also collects crypto-donations for financial, material and professional support to terminally ill patients, people with disabilities and the poor in Malta and Gozo.
Editor: Jerg Wos