Digital Companies including Binance and XtExchange are to offer financial assistance to the Turkish government in support for the aftermath of the earthquake that has claimed thousands of lives.
XtExchange in a tweet this morning said;
“we stand in solidarity and are committed to providing both necessities and financial aid to those affected.”
#XTExchange humbly announces its support for Türkiye in the aftermath of the earthquake. We stand in solidarity and are committed to providing both necessities and financial aid to those affected. 🇹🇷🙏🏻
We will keep you updated in our journey🤍#SupportTurkey #TurkeyQuake pic.twitter.com/YFc0ElU7Zx
— XT.com Exchange (@XTexchange) February 8, 2023
Recall that NewsWay had earlier reported that Binance, a major tech company in the cryptocurrency industry, had announced it would provide users who live in the affected regions of Turkey and Syria with $100 worth of BNB (Binance Token) to help them recover from the terrible incident that had befallen them.
Time to take care of our users. 🇹🇷❤️#Binance to Airdrop $100 USD in BNB to Users in Turkey Earthquake Regions. Total roughly $5m USD (94m TRY).
More efforts still being worked on.https://t.co/Z4uACsf5Xe
— CZ 🔶 Binance (@cz_binance) February 7, 2023
This unexpected disaster has had an impact on the entire world, but digital businesses are showing their humanity by offering assistance in whatever way they can in the hope that things will improve.
More than 9,600 people have died as a result of the earthquake that occurred on Monday in Turkey and Syria. In Turkey, at least 7,108 individuals have perished, compared to at least 2,530 in Syria.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the president of Turkey, will visit the worst-affected regions after declaring a three-month state of emergency in ten provinces, as humanitarian organizations struggle with the challenging logistics of delivering urgent help to war-torn Syria.
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