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Today, February 22nd, the great concert for humanitarian aid to raise $100 million is taking place in the city of Cúcuta, organized by billionaire Richard Branson.
The truth has seemed to me an excellent idea because it not only raises funds for so many people in my country who need it, but also leaves in evidence the authoritarian and criminal regime of dictator Nicolas Maduro, who blocked the bridge of Tienditas to prevent the entry of aid.
In the concert where thousands of people are arriving to see the presentations and support the cause, more than 32 confirmed international artists will perform, the whole planet will have its eyes on this concert because it represents an incredible event for the freedom of a nation, where a great number of supportive countries and friends of the sovereign people of Venezuela are demonstrating the best of humanity.
To make donations from anywhere in the world for this noble cause just do the following:
1- Go to the website https://venezuelaaidlive.com/ and click on "Donate for Venezuela".
Within the same page you also have the option to see the concert live.
I hope that everyone on this platform committed to the best causes on the planet, support this event for freedom and can spread this great concert for the world to make its contribution to the liberation of Venezuela.
In April of last year (2018) I presented the Bitcoin Cash Association with a proposal for a project that aims to teach Bitcoin Cash to young high school students located in low-income communities of the city of Acarigua-Portuguesa- Venezuela. According to statistics, a large percentage of young Venezuelans have not heard of cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin Cash. For this reason, I proposed this project funded by the Association of Bitcoin Cash, not only in order to impart information about our virtual currency but also to benefit from the donation of a combo of school supplies to students who participated and attended the talks .
The main idea of the project is to open the minds of these young people to a new economic system based on cryptocurrencies, emphasizing the characteristics and benefits of using Bitcoin Cash. The goal that I set myself was to reach 50 students and 15 secondary school teachers with this educational project, and after completing this phase of the project, give continuity to reach 500 students and 100 teachers with the help of the global community of Bitcoin Cash and your donations.
So far, I work on the project with my children of 17 and 15 years, they are the ones who help me with these talks because I have involved them with cryptocurrencies (in the photos you can see my daughter pending the slides), For this reason and because of the situation in our country (Venezuela), the development of the project is currently slow. Another weakness is that I do not have the material resources: lapto (I work with the "Canaimas" of my children, which the Venezuelan government donated to public school students), I do not have a camera to take good quality photos, I do not have a video beam or a screen either, so I must rent all this before the talks. However, this has not been an obstacle to being able to teach about Bitcoin Cash and to grow the community in Venezuela because I firmly believe in our cryptocurrency and in the financial freedom that my country and its citizens must have.
The photos they see are from 2 talks held in May and June at the U.E.N. July 24 to students of 4th and 5th year of secondary education. The project is still active now financed by the CoinSpice kids, only it has not been able to start due to the situation we are experiencing and a teacher strike that ended recently, I will soon be showing again the progress of this project whose purpose give talks to 500 students and 100 teachers.
Translation made with the Google translator
What began in an experiment of $ 1,000 dollars in Bitcoins for charity, continues to be a satisfaction for many Venezuelans and Third World countries with problems of critical poverty and inflation like Bangladesh and Uganda.
The $ 1,000 Crypto experiment was a proof of concept for GiveCrypto, the charity launched by Brian Armstrong, CEO of Coinbase last year as a way to distribute wealth in cryptocurrencies directly from the millionaire donors of cryptospace.
Since then, GiveCrypto has conducted lots of experiments in crypto-charity, most of them in Venezuela, in its year and a half of existence and in other countries of the world, as indicated by its monthly reports published on its official website.
Regarding the latter, it is indicated that January 2019, although no new program was initiated, they continued distributing cryptocurrencies for the programs launched in 2018, distributing $ 22,578 to 528 people; with great emphasis on the FreeFrom project, which helps victims of domestic abuse to achieve financial independence, as its website points out.
For now, the institution has been focused on its Ambassador program to achieve greater effecient distribution of resources in the sites of interest of the foundation.
It is worth noting that according to the tables presented in October, November and December of 2018 on the projects used for the donation and empowerment of low-income people with cryptocurrencies, Venezuela occupies 50% of the beneficiaries of the entire universe of influence of the foundation, with 1,089 people benefited from the little more than two thousand lucky ones.
It can also be observed that 28.92% of the resources delivered during the last quarter by the foundation worldwide, fell into the hands of Venezuelans for an amount amounting to $ 20,445 dollars, which on average would be $ 18,7 dollars donated to each beneficiary.
Of the most outstanding projects in the South American country, the Santa Elena - Barquisimeto project is highlighted, as a result of the work carried out for immigrant Venezuelan refugees in the Venezuelan border state of Bolívar with Roraima in Brazil.
The project, due to the problems of Internet connection to give access to resources and recommendations from a local partner, moved to the western Venezuelan city of Barquisimeto, where to date they have recruited 79 families receiving a goal of 100, to receive transfers in crypto-currencies and thus protect themselves from the devaluation of the local currency to cover basic food needs.
It is worth noting that GiveCrypto, through its Manager Joe Waltman, has made it clear in recent interviews that most of his projects have focused on helping Venezuelan refugees living inside the country to meet basic needs due to hyperinflation. unprecedented that the South American country lives.
"Its 12-month inflation is like 500,000 percent. Country number two is like 80%. If you're really thinking about Inflation, there's no reason to think of any other place. "
He also indicated that his interest and that of the Foundation is to enter areas where the "government is broken," as in the case of the refugee camp in Banglandesh, victims of the Rohingya genocide and Venezuelan immigration.
For now, the foundation works hard to polish its Ambassador system, in order to expedite the help in crypts through a unique opportunity to combine software and cryptocurrencies, to maximize decision-making to the limit, in the local communities and not sitting in an office in New York or San Francisco as is normally the case with traditional charitable foundations.
On today’s show, Matt sat down with Linzerd to talk about the current situation in Venezuela. Linzerd provides a unique perspective because he’s a Venezuelan resident who is on the ground experiencing what’s happening on a day to day basis. His background is in computer science, but he didn’t actually discover crypto until 2018. He was definitely not an early adopter, and his story is a reminder t...