In reaction to the destruction inflicted by Hurricane Otis recently in Acapulco, Mexico, and the surrounding area, Binance Charity will give registered Binance users who have been verified as residing in the impacted areas up to $100 USD in BNB token vouchers.
The Proof of Address (POA) completed in Acapulco, Guerrero State, on or before October 25, 2023, will be used to identify the users. This is because Acapulco has been most affected. Before this day in Acapulco, those who have finished POA will earn $100 USD in BNB token coupons in their Rewards Center.
We acknowledge that a large number of customers in the impacted Acapulco area might not have finished POA yet. Consequently, for any current user who finishes POA after October 25 2023 and on or before November 25, 2023, we will credit their accounts with $25 USD in BNB token vouchers.
Users will begin receiving the funds on November 1, 2023.
Following natural catastrophes, consumers frequently experience a loss of access to regular banking just when they need more funds to assist pay for food, medical supplies, and other necessities.
Due to their quick, inexpensive, transparent, and borderless transactions, cryptocurrency transfers are becoming a more popular means of providing financial assistance to victims of natural disasters.
Binance supports its users during these trying times, and we’ll keep working on new initiatives to support our Mexican community.
We will credit their accounts with $25 USD in BNB token vouchers by November 25, 2023, if that is before then.
On November 1, 2023, users will begin receiving the payments.
When additional money is needed to assist pay for food, medical supplies, and other necessities, it is common for those affected by natural disasters to lose access to traditional banking.
Due to the speed, affordability, transparency, and borderlessness of cryptocurrency payments, they are being utilized more and more to provide financial assistance to victims of natural disasters.
Binance supports its users during these trying times, and we will keep looking for new methods to support our community in Mexico.