the charity UNICEF wants using crypto mining funding for the humanitarian assistance of Syrian children collect . The United Nations Children’s Fund has decided to use the Ethereum Blockchain, because gamers tend to have the most powerful graphics cards and these are very suitable mining of ETH for the.
Crypto-mining for charitable purposes. This new idea is since February 2nd under the name “Game Chaingers” by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) implemented, have set up a new fundraising concept for it. To raise money for essential goods and medicines for the benefit of Syrian children, now turn on the E-sports community. Several popular players of “Starcraft 2” and “CS: GO” along with several software houses as so-called Ambassador occur, to publicise the project in his own ranks.
The in-house mining client is available for Windows and Linux PCs, which have a modern graphics card along with shading computing cores from AMD or NVIDIA. The charitable mining must not go but at the expense of the enjoyment of the game. chaingers.io the mining client can at any time or be shut down. Such as when one takes a break while playing or running the PC overnight.
On the UNICEF Web site, you are asked whether you have ever heard of Bitcoin. The Kryptowährung is equivalent to Ethereum . Only it was just much easier so, private computers to calculate coins. The grazed donations of all participants go directly to the UNICEF-wallet. Regular donations by credit card or PayPal are still possible. If you want, could alternatively the nine million homeless children in Syria provide the power of its graphics card and the power it consumed one.
This project can be fulfilled only if as many people from the E-sports community, according to the video . Apparently the campaign has so far still not very much spread. So far only 362 miner participate according to the Web site, some over 911 euro are been collected thus far. But the statistics show that slowly but surely increase in participation. The project “Game Chaingers” is still a little time to develop. It runs until March 3 2018