F2Pool Launches Ukrainian Language and Aid

    04 March 2022. Written by Daniel Hwang

    F2Pool now officially provides Ukrainian language support and aid!

    At our core, we have been committed to the accessibility and usability of our infrastructure support services. The principles of self-sovereignty that are essential to our ecosystem are part of the ideological backbone of both F2Pool and our sister company stakefish. This very self-sovereignty is easy to claim, but most importantly it necessitates understanding.

    Therefore, on March 3, 2022, stakefish made a commitment to support Ukraine with a 32 ETH donation specifically to the official Ukrainian Ethereum donation address provided publicly on Twitter.

    We make sure the fundamental aspects of supporting consensus and security of our networks on both Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake are easy to understand and use. This very principle has manifested our continual efforts in a native language support for multiple languages including top-down text directions like that of Mongolian and specifically relevant, the particular Cyrillic variant that the Ukrainian language uses.

    As a member of the community of infrastructure service providers that have worked with people from all over the world–including especially those in Ukraine–we have been engaged in aid both lasting in our language support as well as direct impact initiatives on the ground. These have included bitcoin fundraising and support for evacuating the people of Ukraine. Volunteer efforts from our industry colleagues like Bitfury have also included the direct purchasing of supplies for the Ukrainian remnant that require vital equipment in their resistance efforts.

    We are proud to have been a partner to the Ukrainian cryptocurrency community in our dedicated support since 2020 and are proud to continue our support today in these tumultuous times.

    Ми підтримуємо Україну українською мовою!

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    f2pool is a geographically distributed mining pool that has been helping miners around the world secure Bitcoin and 40+ other PoW networks since 2013.

    Written by Daniel Hwang

    Daniel Hwang