Ukraine launches NFTs Museum of War: With Ukraine still under attack from Russian forces, the Ministry of Digital Transformation today announced the launch of a museum that features only NFTs.
A museum is not a physical building and is instead a website where you can learn about recent happenings in the war between Russia & Ukraine, made with the ministry’s support. The website also includes personal reflections from both Ukrainian & Russia.
The images on our website are available for purchase. They’re connected to non-fungible tokens created by the Fair NFT platform, which runs on the Ethereum blockchain and Polygon network. The Golden Gate Museum has a unique display of their most popular photos. The images are always wrapped with brown paper and cannot be seen before purchase. When you purchase the photo, you can then see the front and back of it to make sure it’s exactly what you want.
Ukraine launches NFTs Museum of War
The first warline in the ‘Warline’ collection will cost 0.15 ETH (~$468) and will be available to you at the start of pre-sale. The artifacts in the ‘Warline’ series are being sold in chronological order of their depicted dates. Ukraine’s Vice Prime Minister for Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov has expressed his support for the new platform and how it will be used to remember the war. It is undeniably an opportunity for all Ukrainians, who want to live in a free country, to document and share information about their experiences with others.
This NFT sale will put money into the official crypto-banks of the Ministry of Digital Transformation, which are then distributed to military and civilian supplies to keep people happy.
There are many items for sale on the site. You can connect with them through non-fungible tokens created through the Fair Token Platform. It’s used by Ethereum and Polygon. All images are kept hidden until a customer purchases them, to ensure they know what they are buying. It’s that simple – “you unveil the truth buying MetaHistory.”
Each Warline Token will cost 0.15 Ether (around $468) and all of the tokens will be sold in order of the depicted dates. Ukraine’s Vice Prime Minister, Mykhailo Fedorov, calls the new platform a “place to keep the memory of war” and “celebrate Ukrainian identity and freedom.”
Funds from the NFT sale will go to the Ministry of Digital Transformation’s cryptocurrency accounts to help fund our army and civilian aid programs.
According to data from analytics website Merkle Science, $150 million in Bitcoin has been donated to Ukraine since hostilities began with Russia. The majority of these donations have gone directly to the Ukrainian government. Earlier this month, UkraineDAO raised $6.75 million in ETH. All proceeds from the sale of their NFT depicting the Ukrainian flag were donated to charity.