Biggest BTC Exchange, FoxBit Launches ‘Bitcoin for Peace’ / Deepak Tiwari / Sep 10, 2015 11:01PM BST

What the world currently needs the most is peace and harmony, particularly, when a significant portion of the world is fighting terrorism and there is huge refugee crisis going on. In such a turmoil situation, Bitcoin could not be left aside, understanding the need of the time, FoxBit, the biggest Bitcoin exchange of Latin America, has launched the campaign “Bitcoin for Peace”.

In a press release, the firm says that the initiative is about inviting all cryptocurrency exchanges of the world to donate their fees collected on September 21, the International Day of Peace, for entities that work helping people who live in conflicted areas. Thus, Bitcoin not just serves Ebola patients in Africa but also the people get respite from violence and terrorism.

‘Bitcoin for Peace’ to Remember the United Nations’ International Peace Day

It is evident that the United Nations declared the International Day of Peace in 1981, and every year they bring different themes with another concept that suits the situation and time. For instance, this year’s theme is “Partners for peace – Dignity for all.” To be part of the event, many companies are creating campaigns to show their solidarity with the UN mission.