Two new charities have been launched in Ukraine, writes ain.capital. One helps support the Ukrainian military by selling NFTs, and the other accepts donations in cryptocurrencies.
Ukrainian company 4ireLabs has released an NFT collection to raise funds to support the Ukrainian army. It is a NEAR blockchain-based collection that is designed for its community. NEAR charges a low commission of up to one cent.
The collection consists of 20 NFTs. All of them are concerning the topic of russian invasion, the fight for Ukrainian freedom, and peace.
Furthermore, the founders and participants of Ukrainian and foreign crypto projects created the Unchain Fund. It focuses on humanitarian aid.
Illya Polosukhin from NEAR is among the fund’s founders, along with Dmytro Budorin from Hacken and Andriy Velykyi from Allbridge.
The Unchain Fund accepts cryptocurrencies and fiat money. It coordinates humanitarian aid, helps to evacuate people, and supports civilians.
The forces of Cyber Police of Ukraine initiated the first NFT-project against the russian invasion.
The charity NFT-project is called “RUSSIAN SHIP — FUCK YOU”.
All funds raised from the sale of the NFT collection will be donated to support the Ukrainian army and provide charitable assistance to Ukraine, Cyber Police reports.
The collection can be accessed via OpenSea, the largest NFTs marketplace in the world.
You can buy NFTs from the collection — here.
Via the link, you can find more information on how to support the Ukrainian nation.