Bahamas-Based Blockchain Firm, PO8, Starts Donation For Hurricane Dorian Victims On The Island
The catastrophic hurricane Dorian sweeping across the Caribbean caused devastating impacts on Bahamas on Monday and Tuesday this week.
Hurricane Dorian Disaster In The Bahamas
Satellite images show the amount of impact Hurricane Dorian caused on the northern islands of the Bahamas. Over 60% of the houses, buildings, businesses of the grand Bahamas Island are submerged in water after the hurricane swept through leaving babies, young children, senior citizens in dire need of relief.
Bahamas Islands faced devastating flooding after Hurricane Dorian struck on September 6th and 7th 2019. (Source: USAToday)
The Bahamas Hurricane Dorian Relief Fund
In relief support, PO8 – who provide blockchain services for maritime architecture – pledged to raise awareness and provide a platform for the cryptocurrency community to help the suffering people in Bahamas. The Medium official report further reads,
“PO8 has pledged 1 billion PO8 tokens to hurricane relief efforts. For every dollar worth of crypto donation, PO8 will match it 100%.”
PO8, a blockchain based firm in Bahamas, launches the “Bahamas Blockchain Hurricane Dorian Relief Fund” – and accept crypto payments (Source: Medium/@PO8) The company will be using the Skullys project to lead the donation process for
“The Bahamas Blockchain Hurricane Dorian Relief Fund”.
How to Participate in BBHDRF
To stand with the victims you can raise awareness by sharing the BBHDRF donation campaign on social media.
Partners who’ve joined PO8 already pledged and donated to the BBHDRF. Furthermore, you can:
“post and share the collaboration and leading directly using the Hurricane Relief Fund wallet and the smart contracts therein (trust and transparency).”
Crypto Family Coming Together
The crypto family comes together at times of catastrophe as seen by the recent Notre Dame donation from crypto projects. Furthermore in August, the Iranian cryptocurrency community came together to combat the increasingly painful sanctions to fight for humanitarian needs in the country.