For this purpose, the organization started the program on “The Hope Page”, which will have a cryptocurrency with the help of the computer operation power of visitors. In the statement of the non-profit organization, they say, “Australians will help children and give them hope when they are online by opening the page.”
According to the website, this ‘Hope Page’ allows the visitors to choose how much they want to contribute to this mining process. As long as the stay on the site is longer, more cryptocurrencies are issued.
UNICEF about that:
“Mining is completely safe for your computer. If you’re worried about power consumption, reduce the processing power of your computer when you donate it. “
Any processed cryptocurrency is converted into nominal currency and is donated to UNICEF Australia for use in life-saving goods such as safe drinking water, food, and vaccines for children in need of help around the world.
The scanner’s miner is supported by Coinhive API, AuthedMine and Monero cryptocurrency.
According to Jennifer Tierney, director of fundraising and communications for UNICEF Australia, the organization is trying to use new technologies to raise awareness about current humanitarian crises and raise funds for supporting affected children.
More than 1,600 people have donated by computer power to help the organization since the site was opened.