The NFT Museum of Ukraine MDT helps the military by selling symbolic non-fungible art!


Ukraine MDT (Ministry of Digital Transformation) has launched the so-called “Meta Museum of War History” to further assist the country’s military.

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Armed soldiers without identification badges stand guard outside a Ukrainian military base in the town of Perevevalne near the Crimean town of Simferopol March 17, 2014 in Perevevalne, Ukraine. Voters on Ukraine’s autonomous Crimean peninsula voted overwhelmingly yesterday to secede from their country and join Russia.

This NFT collection was first introduced by the agency in early March. At first, the crypto art collection was meant to be documentation of the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

The Meta History Museum of War shows events unfolding in Ukraine as the conflict continues. At press time, MDT’s NFT collection contains 54 NFTs, which show events during the early days of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.

Ukraine MDT sells NFTs to support the army

According to the latest report from Engadget, the sale of NFT is now one of the major efforts carried out by the Ukrainian Ministry of Digital Transformation to support the country’s soldiers.

The NFT Museum of Ukraine MDT helps the military by selling symbolic non-fungible art!

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An illustration photo taken in London on December 30, 2021 shows gold-plated souvenir cryptocurrency coins arranged by a screen displaying a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) logo. – Non-fungible tokens or NFTs are cryptographic assets stored on a blockchain with unique identifying metadata that distinguishes them from each other. (Photo by Justin TALLIS / AFP)

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“The formula of each NFT is clear and simple: each token is real news from an official source and artwork from Ukrainian and international artists,” MDT said.

The agency added that NFTs are created in chronological order, allowing consumers to better understand the major events taking place during the conflict.

As of now, Ukraine has already generated over $100 million in crypto donations since the issue began. Recently, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky even signed a new bill officially legalizing the crypto industry in the country.

The Meta History Museum of War

MDT’s official NFT Museum website explains that the Meta History Museum of War NFT collection is expected to generate crypto funds, which will then go to the agency’s official cryptocurrency accounts.

The money collected will be used to help the army, as well as affected civilians in Ukraine. The actual sale of NFT will begin around March 30. At the moment, the only digital coin supported by the NFT project only supports Ethereum.

If you want to see more details about the new NFT Museum of Ukraine MDT, you can visit this link.

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