The CEO of OKEx, Jay Hao, has come forward to provide his support to the victims of the devastating fire which has left the country ablaze. He tweeted
The fire in Australia breaks my heart 💔😢😢
Any donation platform receive #Cryptocurrency? Kindly let me know! I want to help too🙏🙏🙏#AustraliaFires #AustraliaBurning #AustralianFires #AustraliaBushfires #Donation https://t.co/GZtyAKcLEa
— Jay Hao (@JayHao8) January 6, 2020
WWE superstar Peyton Royce also shared images and made her feelings known that how she’s in a state of distraught and asked people to come out in support and show solidarity and donate for the cause. The country is anguishing over the loss of humans and various species of animals, and the donations are flooding in, to aid the Australian government and the victims of the ferocious fire massacre. NOt only OKEx CEO but many popular personalities have also come forward to show solidarity and provide financial help to the best of their capabilities. Cryptocurrency fanatics are being far from lackadaisical and are showcasing their support via the digital token.
OKex not alone
Ever since the issue began, the cryptocurrency enthusiasts are calling for others to come out and lend their support and do their bit in restoring Australia. As a result, a Bitcoin address has been brought into existence. As soon as the digital gates were made public, a plethora of bitcoin donations started flowing in instantly. According to Alex Sanders, the CEO and Co-founder of nugget news, other cryptocurrencies apart from OKEx, which followed up with their address also received a stout amount in charity. If reports are to be believed, the current bushfire in one of the worst in the country’s history. The damage is diabolical and has dampened the mood of its people as everyone is feeling the effects. A loss of life and habitat has rendered animals and people vagrant. In October, OKEx collaborated with Klaytn in an attempt to increase thier blockchain production.