“CoinPayments will be waiving their industry-leading 0.5 percent fee for anyone who donates to Unify with any of the coins hosted on the CoinPayments platform,” reads the official press release of the company.
CoinPayments offers a cloud payment solution, allowing merchants to accept Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoins and hundreds of other coins and tokens through their plugins, APIs and point-of-sale (POS) interfaces.
Founded in 2013, CoinPayments is a global cryptocurrency payment processor with a reach of over 2,260,000 vendors across 182 countries, says the company’s blog.
Aiming at promoting global consciousness, Unify.org intends to unite various charitable organizations across the world for three days, including Compassion Games, Uplift, Billion Acts, Decentralized Dance Party and not to mention the United Nations.
With over 1300 different events happening in over 3,000 communities across the world this weekend, Unify will make contact with an audience of over 100 million viewers during their 72-hour live broadcast through their own social media, plus others.
“For us, this was a project that we knew we had to be involved in. They are promoting peace on Earth by organizing through a completely decentralized model, uniting those who want to see a better world for their children, and their children’s children. This is a common vision we share with them, and will continue to support them now and through ongoing campaigns in the future. This is just the beginning.” said Andrew Brough, marketing director at CoinPayments.
On Sept. 21, various flash mob dance parties around the world — known as “Decentralized Dance Parties” — will take place. The press release reads that “thousands of people will take to the streets with boom boxes to dance in a family-friendly environment to promote peace, compassion and perhaps the most important element, to have fun!”
Sept. 22 will be claimed as a “Radical Acts Of Kindness” day. Participants are supposed to engage their local communities by offering their time and resources to better those in need. This includes providing food and clothing for those who need it, helping local outreach programs or by just giving selflessly in any conceivable way, including “buying a cup of coffee for the person behind you in your local coffee shop.”
Finally, the “Global Synchronized Meditation” day is planned for Sept. 23. Millions of people around the world will participate in hopes being added to the Guinness Book of World Records for the “Largest Global Meditation.”