Australia pace great Brett Lee donates bitcoin for his ‘second home’ as India fights against COVID-19

Cummins on Monday (April 26) won plenty of hubs when he declared a USD 50,000 contribution towards the PM CARES Fund for oxygen provides from India’s hospital ravaged by a fatal second tide of the outbreak.

‘It saddens me to find people suffering as a result of continuing pandemic. I feel blessed to be in a situation of making a difference and using that in mind, I’d love to give 1 BTC (Bitcoin) into Crypto Relief to aid with the purchase of oxygen equipment for the hospitals around India,’ Lee said in an announcement that he published on Twitter.

‘India has ever been like a second home to me personally. The affection and love I have obtained from the folks of the nation both during my career as well as after my retirement, retains a unique place within my heart’

On Tuesday evening, 1 bitcoin was trading in more than 40 lakh. Bitcoin isn’t thought to be legal tender in India however that hasn’t stopped Lee, among the quickest bowlers to have played the sport, by committing a helping hand. Much like Cummins, who performs Kolkata Knight Riders from the IPL, Lee can be in India as a part of their IPL remark panel.

‘Now’s the opportunity to be combined and make sure that we do just as far as we can to help those in need. I would also need to thank all of the frontline employees who’ve been working around the clock through these hard times.

‘I ask people to take care, remain in your home, clean your hands and mind outside only if absolutely required, put on a mask and keep social distancing.

Savannah Sanchez

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