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Bitcoin Donations Pour in to Help Ukrainian Military Fight Russia — Over $5 Million in BTC Raised – Featured Bitcoin News

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Cryptocurrency donations have poured into a nonprofit organization that provides support to Ukrainian soldiers after Russia launched a large-scale attack on Ukraine. More than $5 million in bitcoin has already been raised. Meanwhile, the group’s fundraising page on Patreon has been abruptly removed.

Crypto Donations Soar After Russia Invaded Ukraine

One of the largest non-governmental organizations (NGOs) providing support to Ukraine’s military, Come Back Alive, has received over $5 million in bitcoin donations after Russia launched a large-scale offensive against Ukraine.

Founded in 2014, the Kyiv-based group provides support to Ukrainian soldiers, including a range of military equipment, training services, and medical supplies.

Donations to the BTC address listed on the organization’s website soared Thursday after Russia launched a full-scale military attack on Ukraine. At the time of writing, the wallet address has received 131.78144015 BTC.

An analysis of all the donations to the address shows that 2,207 donations totaling 126.04304091 BTC were received from…

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