Ukraine Museum Raises $1 Million from NFT to Shield Army
- The 3rd part of NFTs includes events that happen on March 15 – 31.
- The last drop of NFTs is to restore the Ukraine Cultural Institutions.
The first NFTs battle museum in Ukraine collected more than $1 million for the armed forces. With this money, Ukraine has already purchased weapons and front-line vehicles. Additionally, this material was disseminated through the Telegram channel for the Ministry of Digital Transformation.
The Ministry claims that every dollar made from the sale of the previous two NFT collections, was to boost crypto money and to help the armed forces.
Ukraine Releases 3rd Part of NFTs
The third section of the NFTs collections, which indicates that the events occurred between March 15 and March 31, was released by the Meta History Museum of War on July 22.
MetaHistory – Museum of War is releasing the 3rd part of the collection that covers the events between March 15 and March 31.— Meta History: Museum of War (@Meta_History_UA) July 22, 2022
Buy unique NFTs to support Ukraine now:https://t.co/ig8rEIPZxh pic.twitter.com/AgxYgVzEXx
And they also tweeted that Russia is continuously destroying their homeland and they wished that it is the last drop of the NFTs to restore Ukraine’s cultural Institutions. The Ukrainian government launched the Meta History project a month after the first missiles were fired in the ongoing conflict-hit locations in Ukraine.
It is a government-run website where donations in cryptocurrencies are welcomed “to support people in their fight for freedom.” According to the Ministry of Culture and Information policy, the money will be utilized for repairs rather than buying supplies for the military.
The nation’s official wallet addresses have also received direct cryptocurrency donations totaling more than $100 million. Since the dispute with Russia started in February, this address has been provided by the Ministry of Digital Transformation. According to Aid For Ukraine, bitcoin donations are utilized to finance both the country’s military and humanitarian aid.
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