The first NFT marketplace was launched in Ukraine
Last updated: Jul 19, 2022
Crypto community rallies with Ukraine as local NFT artists' works sell out. In an act of solidarity, crypto enthusiasts from all over the world are helping the people of Ukraine press through difficult times. It appears that crypto enthusiasts worldwide are rallying in support of Ukrainians during the difficult times.
According to reports, Bitcoin (BTC) donations to Come Back Alive, a non-governmental organization helping Ukraine's military efforts, received $3 million in BTC in a single donation on Friday. Users also took to social media to ask the country's Ministry of Defense to accept crypto donations, such as Tether (USDT). At the same time, the founder of Ukraine's Kuna exchange created a crypto fund to assist charities in the country.
Nonfungible token (NFT) artist "pan_danil" began organizing a campaign to direct donations, launch NFT auctions and pledge a percentage of project sales to NFT artists in Ukraine. At the time of publication, a group of volunteers had formed to curate a community list of Ukrainian NFT artists and links to their artwork on NFT platforms such as Rarible, Foundation and OpenSea.
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