The Bitcoin community has always stood up whenever there has been a natural calamity. We saw it come together and raise funds for the victims of Typhoon in Philippines, Nepal earthquake and now we can see the same thing happening again, in support of those affected by floods in Georgia.
The Georgian Co-Investment Fund, a Tbilisi based private investment fund has partnered with the Bitcoin ASIC and server manufacturer, BitFury to raise funds for the victims of recent floods in Georgia. The fundraising campaign aims to raise funds in the form of Bitcoin to help those in need of assistance.
According to the official reports, the floods in Tbilisi earlier this month caused at least 12 deaths and twice the numbers missing. The floods washed away houses, leaving a lot of people homeless. Apart from that, over 200 animals from the local zoo perished during the floods.
In a statement, the CEO of BitFury, Mr. Valery Vavilov expressed his condolences for those who were affected by the floods. He also announced that BitFury is donating bitcoins to support the victims of floods and appealed to the community to come forward and donate Bitcoin for the