World’s first NFT war history museum raises $600,000 to help rebuild Ukraine
According to a report, the Ukrainian government sold NFTs from the War History Museum for $600,000 on the first day of its sale.
The government aims to use this money to rebuild museums, theaters and other cultural institutions in Ukraine that were destroyed during the Russian invasion.
Ukrainian MetaHistory NFT-Museum sold nearly 1,282 artworks on the first day. Digital artworks can be purchased from the NFT Museum using the online platform.
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The museum is working on the auction of four works of art. Only the owners of the museum’s NFTs will be able to participate in the auction.
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According to Merkle Science, Ukraine has received over $100 million in cryptocurrency donations since the Russian invasion.
“We were the first to combine blockchain technology and contemporary art to document the historical truth about the Russian Federation’s war against Ukraine,” said Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation. Mykhailo Fedorov published on Telegram.
Ukraine’s Ministry of Digital Transformation recently created its website in partnership with FTX, Kuna, and everstake to accept donations, which highlights crypto donations.
PipeFlare, an NFT project for P2E gaming platforms, offers charity Ukrainian NFTs, which provide players with benefits on PipeFlare and various games on its platform.
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