The Meta History Museum of War is an NFT-museum of the war of Putin’s Russia against Ukraine that showcases a collection of digital artworks officially approved by the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine with two objectives. The first one is preserving the memory of the real events of that time, spreading through art truthful information on the facts among the digital community around the world. The second one is collecting donations for the support of Ukraine through the sale of these NFTs.
A 100% of the of funds obtained with the sale of the NFTs will go directly to the official crypto-accounts of the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine to support army and civilians.
The Meta History Museum was launched on 25th March and Mykhailo Fedorov (Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine) assures on a tweet published this afternoon that the Ministry has raised over $500.000 with the sale of the Museum’s NFTs in just 7 days.
“We’ve already sold 1153 artworks and the sales go on. Our goal is 1million!”, ads the Meta History Museum of War on the tweet quoted by Fedorov.
“Only NFT owners will be able to buy the masterpieces of the Prospect 100 winners and the very first four artworks soon”, explains the tweet as well.
The proceeds from the NFTs add to the $50 million raised last 22nd March hand in hand with Fornite Game and all the crypto donations through the specially dedicated site launched on 15th March.
Image over the headline.- Detail of a NFT artwork by Serhii Holtvianskyi, which is for sale at the Meta History Museum of War of Ukraine.
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