Anti-Coronavirus Foundation was created in Davos, Switzerland

You all know that an outbreak of a new coronavirus in China has killed at least 17 people and sickened more than 400, and has spread to several other countries. The worst fears are that the new virus may resemble even outpass damage brought by SARS, which sickened thousands of people around the world and killed nearly 800 during a 2003 outbreak, The New York Times says.

Today, January 23, 2020, The Anti-Coronavirus Foundation ( with its headquarters in Geneva was created in Davos, Switzerland. Its first immediate move is to create a $30,000,000 worth reward pool to be given to a person or institution which creates a cure for the coronavirus. Yury Myshinskiy, co-founder and CEO of CryptOcean, will chair the Foundation.

It is critical that proper resources are pulled together to start immediate financing of the laboratory work and clinical studies in as many medical and scientific institutions around the globe as possible to deliver the solution of the problem with no delays, as countless people’s lives are at stake. This situation is a clear example of a planet wise threat, and we are convinced that this threat needs to be responded by mankind’s united efforts. The Anti-Coronavirus Foundation intends to finance the first company or group of individuals who produce a working vaccine available for mass production and use.

All transactions are to be handled in CRON blockchain run by the CryptOcean company under the tight supervision of the foundation advisory board to be composed of trusted and publicly recognized individuals. The foundation is registered in Switzerland, a country with an exceptional level of transparency and legislation for the non-profit organization

The blockchain-based platform allows each and every person from every country to contribute to the fight. You can donate to the pool in CRON coins or Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, as well as in fiat currencies (we will present relevant tools to fiat donators shortly)

Creators truly hope that pharmacological giants participate in the action. When millions of human lives are at risk, it is time to forget about the corporate competition, short-term profits and market gains — the situation calls for a mutual move to prevent irreparable damages.

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Rue du Pré de la Bichette 1,
Geneva, CH 1202, Switzerland

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