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CoinEx Charity Funds Supports Access to Education for All

  • CoinEx’s charity is focused on providing education to children all over the world.
  • The charity has reportedly already donated over 10,000 books, uniforms, and school supplies.
  • The project said it has reached out to schools in a total of twelve countries.

The cryptocurrency exchange CoinEx says that it used its charity to promote blockchain development and also carries out its social obligation by making a contribution to education throughout the globe.

CoinEx says that it’s working toward achieving genuine educational fairness all around the world by means of a number of educational philanthropy activities. During the course of a campaign that ran for over two months and began in April, CoinEx said that it had given over 10,000 books, school uniforms, and stationery supplies to schools. The campaign first began in Turkey and has since expanded to include Syria, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, India, Nigeria, Malaysia, Brazil, South Korea, Venezuela, and Germany.

Recently, the charity sponsored the Consensus 2022 MetaGala, which is an unprecedented red carpet event produced by Consensus that blends culture, cryptocurrency, and fashion. During the event, NFTs that had been designed by well-known artists were reportedly put up for auction, and the revenues from the sales were given to blockchain education institutes located all over the world.

According to a statement on the company blog, CoinEx Charity will continue to focus on philanthropic education, therefore enabling more children to take advantage of the positive effects of receiving an education. The platform stated that it is sure that more people or companies would commit themselves to the cause of egalitarian education, assist impoverished children all around the globe in benefiting from excellent teaching, and accomplish equality in “education with love.”

In addition, CoinEx Charity Thailand collaborated with UNICEF to become a sponsor of the Blue Carpet Show, a charity event with an educational focus that was hosted in Thailand and generated over $307,000.

  • CoinEx’s charity is focused on providing education to children all over the world.
  • The charity has reportedly already donated over 10,000 books, uniforms, and school supplies.
  • The project said it has reached out to schools in a total of twelve countries.

The cryptocurrency exchange CoinEx says that it used its charity to promote blockchain development and also carries out its social obligation by making a contribution to education throughout the globe.

CoinEx says that it’s working toward achieving genuine educational fairness all around the world by means of a number of educational philanthropy activities. During the course of a campaign that ran for over two months and began in April, CoinEx said that it had given over 10,000 books, school uniforms, and stationery supplies to schools. The campaign first began in Turkey and has since expanded to include Syria, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, India, Nigeria, Malaysia, Brazil, South Korea, Venezuela, and Germany.

Recently, the charity sponsored the Consensus 2022 MetaGala, which is an unprecedented red carpet event produced by Consensus that blends culture, cryptocurrency, and fashion. During the event, NFTs that had been designed by well-known artists were reportedly put up for auction, and the revenues from the sales were given to blockchain education institutes located all over the world.

According to a statement on the company blog, CoinEx Charity will continue to focus on philanthropic education, therefore enabling more children to take advantage of the positive effects of receiving an education. The platform stated that it is sure that more people or companies would commit themselves to the cause of egalitarian education, assist impoverished children all around the globe in benefiting from excellent teaching, and accomplish equality in “education with love.”

In addition, CoinEx Charity Thailand collaborated with UNICEF to become a sponsor of the Blue Carpet Show, a charity event with an educational focus that was hosted in Thailand and generated over $307,000.

 

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