- META HISTORY Museum Releases New NFT Collection
- Funds of $1M US Dollars Raised by META HISTORY for Ukraine armed forces.
The first NFT Ukraine war museum was created by META HISTORY after one month of attack by Russia. From then, the museum collected $12,90,389, amounting to around 834.06 Ethereum tokens, to help Ukrainian crypto funds.
The Ukrainian ministry of digital transformation created the war museum with mutual support of KUNA, a Ukraine-based crypto firm, Everstake, a blockchain company and Serhiy Prytula, a charity foundation.
The idea of presenting a war situation with the help of art and presenting to those who want to help Ukraine under such circumstances showed a positive symbol from the first day. Although the sales dropped by $600k in march 2022, only 1282 NFTs were out of 2178 NFTs.
Brittany Kaiser, ambassador of META HISTORY, mentioned that META HISTORY helped Ukraine by showcasing its war situation with the help of its art.
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META HISTORY will not stop Russian missiles from entering Ukraine’s borders, but investment raised by the museum will help the country re-establish its economy.
Hundreds of artists are working on various art forms to showcase Ukraine and the Russia war, including 3D art painting, oil painting technique, and many others. Total funding raised by the META HISTORY museum for Ukraine’s armed forces is around $1M US dollars.
META HISTORY museum has announced the third drop art launch date for July 28, 2022, in a virtual event on metaverse. And the art form created by the META museum artist is realistic and heart-touching.
“We saw great potential to raise funds for Ukraine through NFT art. We are now working on expanding its capabilities by adding more options to allow more people to buy artwork.” According to an official of META HISTORY.
Undoubtedly, the War between Ukraine and Russia created massive destruction in Ukraine, resulting in thousands of life losses and hundreds of government properties and private property being destroyed. And to cover the losses and rebuild Ukraine’s economy, the META HISTORY museum started a fundraising initiative and collected $12,90,389 US dollars.
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