CoinCheck Launches Kumamoto Earthquake Bitcoin Fund

As people may have learned by now, an earthquake has hit the Kumamoto area in Japan. CoinCheck, one of the leading Bitcoin exchanges in the country, has set up a donation fund for the affected victims.

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Kumamoto Japan Earthquake Victims Bitcoin Fund

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In these times of hardship, it is important for people all over the world to come together. The earthquake hitting the Kumamoto region of Japan last night has left several people dead, and over one hundred injured. The earthquake magnitude reached 6.5, and more than one hundred aftershocks could be felt in the region in the following hours.

A lot of families have lost their homes, and it will take a very long time to rebuild all that has been lost. That being said, the lives which have been lost cannot be recovered by any means, but there might be a way to help the victims and their families after all. CoinCheck, the leading Bitcoin exchange in Japan, has set up a special donation fund to which users all over the world can contribute.

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