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UNICEF is asking gamers to mine cryptocurrency for children in Syria

It turns out that not every cryptocurrency campaign is designed to steal money. In an effort to raise funds for victims in war-torn Syria, UNICEF is now putting solidarity on the blockchain – and it is asking gamers to lend their powerful GPUs and help the humanitarian fund mine cryptocurrency for the Syrian children. UNICEF has launched Game Chaingers in an effort to bring together gamer
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