Tyler Faraz Niknam, better known by his online alias Trainwrecks, became a philanthropic streamer in 2021. During one of his most recent tweets, the American Twitch streamer revealed the amount of money he's given away to friends and viewers so far.
He gave CDL pro Crimsix $20k as a wedding gift, StableRonaldo’s mom a Bitcoin to the value of $64k, and gave a similar one Bitcoin donation to Buddha as well after his mother passed away.
The streamer recently announced his plan to give away $250,000 and announced how he would cross a mind-boggling milestone after doing so.
Trainwrecks revealed how he has almost given away an astounding $4 million in 2021. Naturally, several streamers tweeted to show their support and appreciation for the philanthropic streamer.
Trainwrecks donates $64,000 in Bitcoin to StableRonaldo's mom
The popular American streamer urged Ronaldo to get his mother on the call. so he could have a chat with her. The conversation was going great until the topic of the conversation shifted to Bitcoin. Ron's mother revealed how she didn't have a Bitcoin wallet, but her son did. Here's how Trainwrecks responded:
“I’m going to give you $64,000 [1 Bitcoin], you can cash it out if you want, but half is for you and half is for your son. But I suggest you get access to his wallet and hold it for him, so he doesn’t do anything stupid.”
Ron and his mother would then see the amount credited to his wallet. Naturally, they were pretty overwhelmed and struggled to hold back their tears. They thanked Train for his generosity and Ronaldo's mother revealed how the amount would definitely change their lives.
Here's how she reacted:
“My dog is having surgery in two weeks, I’m buying out my business partner, I’m trying to catch up on all the bills that I owe.”
Furthermore, Trainwrecks is also one of the most prominent gambling streamers on the purple platform.
Gambling streams have been a matter of great concern on the Amazon-owned platform. Despite receiving criticism from streamers, including Hasan "HasanAbi" Piker and Imane "Pokimane" Anys, the 30-year-old has found it difficult to put an end to his shenanigans. He has lost a lot of money in the process and has lashed out at streamers who keep winning every day, dubbing them "frauds." Either way, the community strongly supports him because of his incredibly philanthropic wholesome streams.