Ukraine’s lately opened “NFT museum” – Meta History: Museum of War – has simply began its NFT sale.
These NFTs are actually obtainable for ETH 0.15 (USD 511) apiece.
The gathering is at the moment comprised of an growing variety of NFTs – every of them is an precise information piece from an official supply, in chronological order, and illustrations come from each Ukrainian and worldwide artists.
By promoting these NFTs, Ukraine goals to boost further funds to help its military and civilians which have been underneath Russian invasion for greater than a month now.
On the earth of large quantities of misinformation and propaganda, the Ministry of Digital Transformation stated that the mission of the challenge is to “protect the reminiscence of the actual occasions of that point, to unfold truthful data among the many digital group on the earth, and to gather donations for the help of Ukraine.”
The web site states,
“We’ll by no means let any single day of this era disappear from the ledger of world historical past.”
Previous to saying the NFT challenge, Ukraine contemplated an “airdrop” to individuals who have donated crypto to the nation, however they determined towards it and have turned in the direction of the museum challenge as an alternative.
“The blockchain group supplied sturdy help for Ukraine within the first month of the warfare. I resonate with the concept of the worldwide crypto group: the solidarity of one of the best minds round breakthrough applied sciences. In spite of everything, digital applied sciences are already considerably serving to Ukrainians within the battle for the long run. The event of the hi-tech financial system is extraordinarily vital for the soundness of Ukraine,” Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation, Alex Bornyakov, stated.
As beforehand reported, those that want to donate (be it in crypto or fiat) have more and more extra choices to select from (simply watch out of the growing variety of scams too), a few of which embody:
Be taught extra:
– Ukraine Now Accepts Donations in 14 Cryptoassets
– Easy methods to Responsibly Donate to Ukrainian Causes
(Up to date at 15:35 UTC with a quote from Alex Bornyakov.)