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UNICEF Introduces Game Chaingers - Donate Your GPU Power for Syrian Children

The United Nations Children's Fund, or UNICEF, in France is attempting something new in the arena of charitable fundraising. Called "Game Chaingers", the program seeks gamers willing to donate GPU power to participate in Ethereum mining to benefit Syrian children and others in need in the war torn region. Estimates place the number of those needing aid at about 13.5 million.

Thanks to the solidarity of the PC gaming community, Game Chaingers turns graphics cards into a humanitarian tool and organize the first ever blockchain fundraising by mining Ethereum for UNICEF.

To participate in this operation, all you need to do is to install Claymore, a mining software. You will be able to start or stop mining when you want, and generate Ethereum right in UNICEF’s electronic wallet.

The FAQ goes into a number of details including more about what Game Chaingers is, how the eSports community can help, how to get started, how money is generated and a bit about electricity consumption.

For the last 6 years, Syrian children have been living in the biggest humanitarian crisis in the world, on such a scale that it exceeds the borders of Syria. As conflict gets bogged down, the number of people in need of life support increases dramatically. For UNICEF, nearly 8.3 million children need help in Syria, but also in neighboring countries that host refugee families.

You can learn more on the Game Chaingers site.

Via PCGamesN
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