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Ukraine plans to open a ‘museum’ depicting the Russian invasion of the country

According to the Guardian, the Ukrainian government will develop a non-fungible token (NFT) collection that will be “like a museum of the Russian-Ukrainian war.”

Each NFT will include digital art that depicts a news story from reputable sources.
Since the Kremlin’s invasion, more than US$100 million in cryptocurrency donations has been sent to the Ukrainian government’s wallets.

According to Bornyakov, the crypto donations were used to purchase protective jackets, packed lunches, medicines, and other military equipment other than guns.

After canceling airdrops for people who gave crypto to the government, Ukraine announced an NFT experiment on March 3.
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