Binance donates more than 20,000 units of personal protective equipment to hospitals in Ukraine

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Binance Charity, the world’s first blockchain-powered donation platform, donated personal protective equipment (PPE) to Ukrainian medical staff who are at the forefront of the fight against coronavirus disease. Four Ukrainian hospitals received help from the Binance Charity Foundation: Kiev City Hospital No. 4, Kiev City Hospital No. 5, Bila Tserkva City Hospital No. 2, and Poltava Regional Laboratory Center of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.

In total, Binance Charity donated more than 11,000 medical protective suits, 6,000 medical masks, and 6,000 medical respirators. The charity event was held with the support of Rotary Kyiv International.

“Binance Charity is dedicated to improving the transparency in the donation process and to supporting communities in need via cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. As a leading blockchain-empowered charity platform, we take it as a priority to unite the blockchain community and fight this global crisis together,” said CZ (Changpeng Zhao), CEO of Binance.

Due to the help of Binance Charity, more than 4,000 medical personnel received quality PPE. To date, more than 54,000 cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in Ukraine and more than 10,000 Ukrainians are currently being hospitalized in hospitals. In total, more than 13 million cases of diseases have been confirmed in the world, the largest number of cases observed in the United States, Brazil and India.

“Through Binance Charity’s Crypto Against COVID campaign, Binance Charity uses its platform to raise cryptocurrency donations and have it spent primarily on buying medical supplies for the countries that are affected the worst by the virus.  Three months after the launch of the Crypto Against COVID campaign, 24 countries and more than 1.5 million units of personal protective equipment have been delivered around the world. On behalf of Binance, we express our deepest gratitude to all of our medical staff for their valiant work in the fight against the Coronavirus,” said Helen Hai, Head of Binance Charity.

Oksana Tjupa, head of the public organization Rotary Kyiv International added: “We would like to thank Binance for supporting the medical staff in Ukraine. This is really tangible help to the health system, as well as a huge contribution to the fight against the epidemic in Ukraine. Our joint initiative is a real way to support the real heroes of our time: medical workers.”

About Binance

Binance is the world’s leading blockchain and cryptocurrency infrastructure provider with a financial product suite that includes the largest digital asset exchange by volume. Trusted by millions worldwide, the Binance platform is dedicated to increasing the freedom of money for users and features an unmatched portfolio of crypto products and offerings, including trading and finance, education, data and research, social good, investment and incubation, decentralization and infrastructure solutions, and more. For more information, visit: https://www.binance.com

About Binance Charity

The Binance Charity Foundation (BCF) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of blockchain-enabled philanthropy towards achieving global sustainable development. Binance Charity aims to transform philanthropy by developing the world’s first decentralized charity foundation to build a future where blockchain technology can be used to end all forms of poverty and inequality, advance sustainable development and ensure that no one is left behind. For more information, visit: https://www.binance.charity/

About Rotary International

Rotary International is an association of Rotary clubs worldwide. Rotary clubs are non-religious and non-political charitable organizations that are open to all, regardless of nationality, race, religion, or political opinion. There are over 35,000 clubs with over 1.2 million members worldwide.

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