We’ve had a video come back to us showing the DigiByte wallet being installed and opened for the first time on some of the tablets that DigiByte donated funds for on our second fundraiser via David Hay.
Although the video is not in English, it spoke to me more than most Crypto videos ever have! Check it out:
It’s thanks to our community giving generously that this has been accomplished! You should all be proud of the difference you’ve made already.
That said, my first reaction when I saw the video was to try and scan the addresses on the screen (Some of which I was unsuccessful with) due to camera focus etc… I asked on Twitter for the wallet addresses, so I could send some of my own DigiByte (NOT from our latest Venezuela initiative wallet),and these have since been popped up on the original video description.
Don’t feel obliged to give further, I want to celebrate what has already been accomplished! But, if you’re like me then this was the first thing that popped in to mind, so here’s the addresses:
Note: DQnGAVD4B5Vci5HDU6szPxQ2sAV6GtBTDB was mentioned in the video description twice, I’ve removed that from the list above
But to make it even easier for you to do it from your phone (As I’m doing), I’ve made some QR Codes thanks to a fantastic app from Matthew Cornelisse on our Telegram channels. I’ve intentionally not linked to it from this post though due to scammers trying their luck with copying my previous post. Sad that people would try to steal from people donating to such a cause, but anyways.
I’ve also numbered them (Coz 27 can take a wee while and it’s easy to lose your progress otherwise) and it also spaces them a little bit too. So if you’d like to donate a couple of DigiByte to these children directly, you’re welcome to do-so:
If you’ve made it this far, it’s likely because you’ve managed to send to all 27 addresses, or you just like to scroll down… Eitherway, we’ll have more updates for you on our latest initiative soon :-)