The Ukrainian government will launch a non-fungible token (NFT) collection that will be “like a museum of the Russian-Ukrainian war,” the Guardian reported on Sunday, citing minister of digital transformation Alex Bornyakov.
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- Each NFT will feature digital art depicting a news story from trusted sources.
- The NFT museum development comes as over US$100 million in crypto donations have been transferred to the Ukrainian government’s wallets since the Kremlin’s invasion.
- The crypto donations have been used to purchase bulletproof vests, packed lunches, medicines, and other military supplies except for weapons, according to Bornyakov.
- Ukraine announced an NFT project in March 3 after cancelling airdrops for those who donated crypto to the government.
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