A crowdfunding campaign has been set up on IndieGoGo with the hopes of raising €1,600,000,000 (£1,138,320,437.89) to bail out Greece's faltering economy and pay off a loan to the International Monetary Fund.
In one day, 6,744 people have donated more than €100,000 but the campaign is far from actually helping the troubled nation.
UPDATE: The campaign is now reaching €1.5m.
As with other crowdfunding schemes on the site, people who donate will receive a special gift depending on the size of their donation. €3 will net you a beautiful postcard of Alexis Tsipras, €6 will get you a Greek feta and olive salad, and a €1,000,000 donation will get you "lots of gratitude". We'll take the salad, please.
The fund was started by Thom Feeney, an Englishman who hopes every European will scrub together a few Euros.
Good luck with that, Thom.
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