UNICEF calls on gamers to run Ethereum to help children in Syria
By: alkimest | February 02, 2018 16:15
Cycloth currency will be generated by cyber-sportsmen, teams and ordinary gamers who have quite powerful computers.
The international organization UNICEF launched a campaign to collect crypto currency to help children in Syria.
The campaign is called Game Changers, and as a crypto currency, UNICEF chose Ethereum. It will be produced by cyber sportsmen, teams and ordinary gamers who have quite powerful computers. SK-Gaming, G2 Esports, Team Envy, as well as CS: GO player Gabriel Toledo and Star Craft 2 Dayshi champion have already joined the action.
The collected "money" comes to UNICEF accounts, and then goes to the right direction. If you want to join the action, you need to go to the Game Changers website and install the utility for the mining.