Meet the NGO turning to cryptocurrencies to help desperate BelarusiansMeet the NGO turning to cryptocurrencies to help desperate Belarusians

Meet the NGO turning to cryptocurrencies to help desperate Belarusians

The crushing of dissent in Belarus is seemingly over, on the surface at least.The crushing of dissent in Belarus is seemingly over, on the surface at least.
The crushing of dissent in Belarus is seemingly over, on the surface at least.
We, Bysol, are, for example, still here helping people.
Police had detained Masha several times for her political activism.
The crackdown means it's difficult for Bysol to keep helping people such as Masha.
Dissident journalist Roman Protasevich was taken off the plane and arrested.
Yury Ravavoi is someone else that has benefited from Bysol's help.
“We use cryptocurrencies because it is the safest way to do it,” he told Euronews, “We don’t need any personal meetings or anything like that.
Like Ravavoi, Masha has now left Belarus, but she is too scared to reveal her location.