Hopepage, turns a little computer power into hope for every child every time you visit its homepage.
To be part of the revolution, Hopepage allows users to opt in and turn their computers to be used to mine a little crypto for kids out there in need of help.
“When you’re on the Hopepage, your web browser uses your computer’s processor to solve cryptocurrency algorithms. You can select how much processor power you want to donate to this task.
According to the page, “the longer you stay on the page and the more processor power you donate, the more algorithms get solved, which earns cryptocurrency. Mining is perfectly safe for your computer. If you’re ever worried about power consumption, turn down the amount of processing power you’re donating.”
Those who opt in automatically donate to UNICEF Australia and the cryptocurrency is turned into real funds that reach children through life-saving supplies like safe water, therapeutic food and vaccines.
Anyone can support www.thehopepage.org by allowing the page to use their processor for calculations which are securely executed in their Browser’s sandbox. Volunteers don’t need to install anything. The website only uses some of their computer’s processing power to automatically generate funds for UNICEF Australia, part of UNICEF which works in some of the world’s toughest places to save children, protect their rights, and help them fulfil their potential.