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Ukraine Launches NFT War Museum on Ethereum and Polygon

With the country still under attack by Russian forces, the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine announced today the opening of the Meta Museum of the History of War, which features only NFTs.

Each NFT in the “Warline” collection will cost 0.15 ETH. Money from the sale of the NFT will go directly to the Digital Converter.

The “museum”, as you can imagine, is not a physical building but a website. Its collection, made possible with support from the ministry, documents recent events in the war between Russia and Ukraine, including personal reflections by both Ukrainian and international digital artists.

But there is something intriguing?

Everything on the site is available for purchase — with each image connected to an NFT generated by the Fair NFT platform, which uses the Ethereum blockchain and the Polygon network. However, all images remain hidden until sold — meaning you don’t know what you’re buying until you buy. As the museum put it: “You reveal the truth when you buy MetaHistory.”

We’re building Meta History: Museum of War. #NFT – Never forget this. 100% of the funds raised are sent to the @mintsyfra wallet to support the Ukrainian army and civilians. We cannot let these events be forgotten. # NeverForgetThisUA— META HISTORY: War Museum (@Meta_History_UA) March 8, 2022.

Each NFT in the “Warline” collection will cost 0.15 ETH (approximately $468), with the assets sold in chronological order of the dates described. Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov called the new platform “a place to keep war memories” and “glorify Ukraine’s identity and freedom.”

Money from the sale of NFTs will go directly to official crypto accounts held by the Department of Digital Transformation to support military and civilian aid.

While Russia uses tanks to destroy Ukraine, we rely on revolutionary blockchain technology. @Meta_History_UA NFT-Museum is launched. A place where war memories are kept. And a place to celebrate Ukrainian identity and freedom. Check here: – Mykhailo Fedorov (@FedorovMykhailo) Mar 25, 2022.

Since the Russian invasion began, over $100 million in crypto donations have flooded the region. According to data from analytics website Merkle Science, much of it has gone to the Ukrainian government. Earlier this month, UkraineDAO raised $6.75 million in ETH with the sale of an NFT depicting the Ukrainian flag.

The NFTs have shown the world the power of community and the importance of the voices of many and of one person,” Fair wrote in a blog post.