Ukrainian Government Introduces NFT Museum To Raise Funds


The Ukrainian Government is set to launch a blockchain-based chronicle of the Russian Invasion, the MetaHistory NFT Museum to raise funds.
Ukrainian Government Introduces NFT Museum To Raise Funds
Ukrainian Government Introduces NFT Museum To Raise Funds

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) will be displayed in the form of digital art and textual reflections at the museum. As announced by the project representative on Friday that the first drop could happen as soon as Tuesday.

Immutability is a key feature of storing data on the blockchain, according to MetaHistory’s Danil Melnyk in an interview. He claims that minting the artwork as NFTs will help preserve it while also raising funds for the Ukrainian cause.

Melnyk explained that artists interested in being featured in the museum will submit a portfolio of their work, which will be reviewed by art directors to see if the work is appropriate. After that, the artist will be given a historical event to work with, and the museum will mint the final product as an NFT on the Ethereum blockchain.

Each NFT will cost 0.15 ETH to purchase, with all proceeds going to the Ministry of Digital Transformation’s wallet. According to Melnyk, the funds will be used to support humanitarian aid efforts in Ukraine.