Ukraine’s Ministry of Digital Transformation has launched a collection of NFTs to help fund their military. The project was first announced in but the NFT collection, called the “Meta Museum of War History,” is . The collection is meant to be an “NFT museum” documenting the history of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The collection currently includes 54 NFTs documenting the events of the first three days of the war. The illustrations are done by Ukrainian and international artists, and each references a tweet documenting some aspect of the invasion and the world’s response to it.
“The formula of each NFT is clear and simple: each token is a piece of factual news from an official source and an illustration from artists, both Ukrainian and international,” said Department of Technical Transformation. Ukrainian digital writing on Meta History Museum of War. website. “NFT’s will be created chronologically, according to events so that true history will be preserved and cherished.”
While Russia uses tanks to destroy Ukraine, we rely on revolutionary blockchain technology. @Meta_History_UA NFT-Museum is launched. A place to keep memories of the war. And the place that celebrates the identity and freedom of the Ukrainian people. Check here: https://t.co/IrNV0w54tg
– Mykhailo Fedorov (@FedorovMykhailo) March 25, 2022
The NFT project is the latest way Ukraine has turned to digital assets to fund its defense. This country has raked in over $100 million in cryptocurrencies since the beginning of the war and the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky recently signed a bill cryptocurrency industry.
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