UNICEF is investing $100,000 in six blockchain startups to solve issues affecting developing economies.
UNICEF Australia has launched a website that harness supporters' computers to raise donations via cryptocurrency mining.
The United Nations Children's Fund is seeking to invest in early stage blockchain startups with the potential to help people across the globe.
A UNICEF ICO? The idea doesn't seem so far-fetched to those working at the United Nations programme, despite their humanitarian mandate.
The venture arm of the United Nation's Children's Fund (UNICEF) is expanding its exploration of blockchain to include ethereum.
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has invested in a South African blockchain startup as part of a broader technology innovation push.
The United Nations Children's Fund is seeking a software developer and consultant who can help shape the organization's blockchain strategy.
CoinDesk speaks with Christopher Fabian, who co-leads the technology innovation efforts for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).