The cryptocurrency platform Membranа will support single mothers who will be left alone after the end of World Cup 2018
The crypto platform Membrana announced it will help women who become single mothers after World Cup 2018. Membrana will hold a cryptocurrency trade competition with a prize pool of $100,000 and a free $100 for each participant. Part of the commission from winning this contest will be paid to help those Russians who will be left alone with the child after contacts with foreigners.
This information has been reported in the official blog of Membrana platform
Sex with foreigners is currently the most discussed topic in Russia. Russian females, who have been closely communicating with foreign fans, have caused a huge criticism from other Russians who accuse them of improper behavior. Other people, on the contrary, support a woman’s right to have intimate relationships with foreigners. State Duma deputies, popular public figures and bloggers actively discuss this topic; social networks are full of memes and sharp jokes about international relationships.
Eugene Buyev, the CEO of Membrana stated: “Why did we pay attention to this situation? Membrana is a platform for trust management of digital assets. The value of our cryptocurrency platform is based on trust and security in financial sphere. Who else but women should feel protected? Each global event in the country where part of our team is from, whether it’s Olympic Games or the World Cup, causes an increase in birth of children who grow up without their fathers. We decided to help these women by providing a share from traders’ profit made during our competition”.
Membrana noted that the details on how to receive such assistance will be provided in the nearest future.
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