In this edition of The Daily we feature the first yearly anniversary of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) charity Eatbch, a move by American lighting wholesaler H&M Distributors to accept cryptocurrency payments, and an update about vanity URLs from Atomicpay.
Eatbch Charity Marks First Anniversary
The bitcoin cash-powered nonprofit organization Eatbch has now marked its first anniversary. The young charity group already has operations in both Venezuela and South Sudan, where it is utilizing BCH donations to feed people in need.
José from Eatbch shared on Honest.Cash, “Exactly one year ago, my brother Gabriel and I created this initiative/project to help Venezuelans in dire need and it has been quite a ride! We started with just a 5$ donation thanks to silver-blood and we used that first donation to give 40 arepas in just one location. After a few months, we were giving thousands of meals each week in 23 locations in 6 states of the country! I know it’s cliché to say it, but I really wasn’t expecting this project to grow as it did. Not only because the amazing support we have received from the BCH community, but because the situation in the country; a situation that has been overwhelming for all of us.”
Empty supermarket shelves in Caracas. Due to the economic crisis and hyperinflation in Venezuela there is a large shortage of food and medicine
The charity’s founder also added that “Sadly, the price crash has affected our funds and we only have enough to help for a couple weeks. It is in this special occasion, that I ask you to please consider donating to help all who have been suffering from bad economic policies and to show that cryptocurrencies are a superior form of money.”
H&M Distributors to Accept Cryptocurrency Payments