The government of Ukraine is generating money by selling non-fungible tokens (NFTs) based on a timeline of Russia’s continuous invasion of the country. Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation, announced the launch of the collection on Twitter, bragging that “while Russia deploys tanks to harm Ukraine, we rely on innovative blockchain technology.” All proceeds will benefit Ukraine’s “army and people,” according to the Ministry of Digital Transformation.
The “Meta History: Museum of War” collection pairs blockchain tokens with a news item about “every significant event of the war” and an artist’s illustration. There are presently 54 NFTs for sale, with the first going up for sale early next week, covering the first three days of the war in late February. The idea is based on the Fair blockchain company’s NFT sales platform.
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