Brett Lee, a former Australian worldwide cricketer, has donated one Bitcoin (value roughly $54,000 at the moment) to the so-termed “Crypto Aid” fund aimed toward serving to Indian hospitals to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
“It saddens me deeply to see individuals struggling because of the ongoing pandemic. I really feel privileged to be ready of constructing a distinction and with that in thoughts, I’d prefer to donate 1 BTC (Bitcoin) to Crypto Aid to assist with the acquisition of oxygen provides for the hospitals throughout India,” Lee stated in a Twitter publish on Tuesday.
— Brett Lee (@BrettLee_58) April 27, 2021
Bitcoin for India
In his assertion, Lee famous that he determined to comply with the instance of his colleague and countryman Pat Cummins—who equally donated $50,000 to the PM Cares Fund on Monday. Cummins’s donation shall be used to purchase oxygen provides for India’s hospitals which can be overwhelmed amid a disastrous second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
“As gamers, we’re privileged to have a platform that permits us to succeed in thousands and thousands of folks that we are able to use for good. With that in thoughts, I’ve made a contribution to the ‘PM Cares Fund,’ particularly to buy oxygen provides for India’s hospitals,” Cummins tweeted.
— Pat Cummins (@patcummins30) April 26, 2021
As CryptoSlate reported, cryptocurrency holders and builders internationally are actively chiming in to assist India deal with the outbreak. Over the previous weekend, for instance, Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin donated over $640,000 value of ETH and MKR tokens to the native Crypto Aid fund.
That is wonderful !!!!!
Thanks a lot on your generosity 🙏🏻❤️ https://t.co/NsPxbK15T3
— Brett Lee (@BrettLee_58) April 29, 2021
Right now, impressed by Lee’s and Cummins’s donations, the Estonian Cricket Affiliation additionally made a crypto donation of 0.027 Bitcoin (round $1,500) to assist Indian hospitals.
Impressed from [Brett Lee] and [Pat Cummins], the Estonian Cricket Affiliation is proud to have the ability to make a contribution the place it’s wanted most,” the group tweeted.
At press time, the Indian Crypto Aid has already acquired simply over $3 million value of digital belongings, based on its website.
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