Earlier this month, the Ukrainian government announced the launch of an NFT project to commemorate the history of the Russian invasion.
Yesterday was the official launch of the new NFT war museum, which has been dubbed the “Meta History Museum of War.”
On Twitter, the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine wrote that the NFT museum would help to “not forget the war crimes” and “celebrate the Ukrainian identity full of freedom and beauty.”
We’ve launched the NFT-Museum @Meta_History_UA: the fight for democratic values and independence. It will help not to forget the war crimes, as well to celebrate the Ukrainian identity full of freedom and beauty. Check here 👉 https://t.co/UHJEuQ9Gwt pic.twitter.com/JQOsaZoOXo— Міністерство цифрової трансформації України (@mintsyfra) March 25, 2022
NFTs include facts and personal reflections. Each NFT is based on a real news article from a trusted source, illustrated by Ukrainian or international artists.
The NFTs will be created chronologically, according to the events, so an accurate picture of what happened will be preserved.
100% of funds from the sale will go directly to the official crypto-accounts of the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine to support the army and civilians.