Metahistory NFT-museum of the War Between Russia and Ukraine Raised Over $500K

Created by the Ministry of Digital Information in conjunction with the Ukrainian blockchain community, the NFT Museum of the metahistory of Russia’s war against Ukraine has raised more than $500,000 from the sale of 1,153 works from the collection.

According to ForkLog, the NFT Museum of Metahistory was dedicated to the chronology of the events of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in order to preserve the memory of wartime events, disseminate information among the global digital community and raise funds to support Ukraine.

Artworks are presented in the form of NFTs, each of them consists of an artistic illustration and a message from official sources. The first part of the collection will include works by Ukrainian artists, the next editions – by artists from all over the world.

According to the head of the Ministry of Digital Development Mikhail Fedorov, the authorities intend to direct funds to restore the country’s economy after the end of the war and humanitarian aid.

The cost of each NFT is 0.15 ETH. Further resale of tokens assumes that 90% of the funds will be received by the NFT owner, and 10% will again go to the wallet of the Ministry of Digital Development.

On February 24, Russia carried out a paramilitary invasion of Ukraine on several fronts, shelling Kharkiv, Kyiv, Sumy, Chernihiv, Vinnytsia and other cities of various calibres.

The Ukrainian army is holding back the invasion of the enemy. From the hottest spots, the civilian population is trying to evacuate to other cities or even countries.

The world community organized to help the refugees and the Ukrainian army and imposed strict sanctions against Russia.

The BTC-Alpha team together with trusted volunteer communities created a charity fund ‘‘Alpha for Ukraine’. You can make a donation to help everyone in Ukraine who needs medicines, humanitarian aid and to support the defence of the country.

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