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So far, Ukraine has been able to receive $37M worth of crypto-donations tracked by the organization
Cointelegraph compiled data this week for crypto donations sent to the Ukrainian government, military and charities amid the country’s ongoing conflict with Russia. On Monday, the total amount of crypto donations made to Ukraine’s government and to charities connected to it was $37 million.
The “Reserve fund of Ukraine” backed by local crypto exchange Kuna appeared to be the largest recipient, garnering roughly $13 million worth of BTC, ETH, USDT and other assets. Come Back Alive charity, with $7.2million in net proceeds was second. The group says its aiding the Ukrainian Armed Forces’ resistance efforts.
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