UNICEF aims to collect donations through crypto money mining by collecting processing power from the computers of those who want to support.
For this purpose, Unicef will open a web page named ” The Hope Page ” and will work on the volunteer site to collect cryptic currency mining on the computers. According to ITnews Australia, this profit-intentioned initiative will help people who want to help children in need by helping them open only one internet page while they are surfing the internet.
According to a statement on Unicef’s web site, users visiting Hope Page can decide for themselves how much processing power they want for crypto money mining. The longer they stay on the site, the more cryptic money they will have.
In the Unicef statement:
“Mining done on site is completely safe for your computer. If you are worried about power consumption, you can save money by lowering your CPU power on your site. ”
Any crypto currency obtained from this mining activity is converted into the official currency and donated to Unicef Australia . Thus, Unicef will be able to meet the needs of children around the world, such as drinking water, food and vaccines.
This crypto money mining program in the browser uses an optimized version of the systems used to make Coinhive API , AuthedMine and Monaro crypto money mining.
Unicef Australia’s fundraising and communications manager, Jennifer Tierney, said the institutions will use these emerging technologies to help raise awareness about humanitarian issues and to raise funds for needy children.
As of now, there are 1,847 people who donate to the internet site for this purpose.
We have witnessed many times that crypto-money mining technology has been used for evil purposes. But it makes us very happy to see that this technology has been used for good purposes, easily accessible to everyone. We hope that in the future these well-intentioned practices and initiatives will continue to change people’s lives.