Help Türkiye in Need: Donate Crypto to Earthquake Relief Efforts

• OKX has launched a campaign to support the earthquake relief efforts in Türkiye, inviting the global crypto community to contribute using various cryptocurrencies.
• OKX is matching contributions up to ₺1 million, and funds will be transferred to relief organizations AHBAP and AFAD for necessary medical aid, food, water, shelter and reconstruction supplies.
• This highlights the potential for cryptocurrency to bring individuals from all over the world together for a common cause.

OKX Launches Community Campaign to Aid Türkiye

The global crypto community has been presented with an opportunity to make a difference in Türkiye following the recent 7.8 magnitude earthquake near its border with northern Syria. OKX is facilitating a platform for individuals globally to contribute and support the earthquake victims using cryptocurrency.

Contributions Welcome

OKX is inviting contributions of USDT (ERC20 and TRC20), BTC, ETH, and OKB/OKT tokens with matching funds up to one million Turkish lira. Paymount will convert the contributions from cryptocurrency into USDT before being converted into Lira at 4pm GMT daily. The funds will then be sent at 4:30pm to relief organizations AHBAP and AFAD who are providing medical aid, food, water, shelter and reconstruction supplies for those affected by the disaster.

Cryptocurrency as Humanitarian Aid

This demonstrates how cryptocurrency can be used as an effective tool for humanitarian efforts despite conversion rates or access issues that may hinder traditional methods of aid in disaster-stricken areas. It also shows how cryptocurrency can bring individuals from all around the world together for a common cause.

How To Contribute

Those interested can find more information on OKX’s website where they can also make their contribution using various cryptocurrencies listed above.

Making a Difference

It is not too late to make a difference through this campaign launched by OKX – your contribution could save lives in Türkiye during this difficult time.