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The Island Private School now accepts crypto payments

The Island Private School of Limassol has partnered up with CoinsPaid, a leading EU-licensed crypto payment ecosystem, and is now accepting crypto payments.

As part of this collaboration, the school said cryptocurrency payments will now be accepted for tuition fees and donations to The Island Charitable Foundation, established to support talented students in Cyprus. To kick-start this initiative, CoinsPaid has made a generous donation of €50,000.

The contribution is aimed to ensure children from different financial backgrounds have the same opportunities to receive a high-quality education, said CoinsPaid CEO Max Krupyshev.
“In an ever-evolving world where children are often more familiar with crypto than their parents, at CoinsPaid, we firmly believe that children are destined to become true natives in the world of cryptocurrency, and crypto payments will simply become a way of life,” said Krupyshev. “We stand firm in our mission – not only to drive the crypto adoption across the industries but also to provide access to top-quality education for future generations.”


CoinsPaid CEO Max Krupyshev

CoinsPaid has invited the crypto community and industry players to join it in supporting The Island Charitable Foundation, which they can do by visiting the foundation’s website here

Read an interview with The Island Private School's Founder and CEO Alexander Shkuratov that was published in the September edition of GOLD magazine here

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