How Ukraine Can Be Helped with Crypto: UkraineDAO to Raise Funds and Support Ukrainians in Danger

Pussy Riot founder and feminist activist Nadya Tolokonnikova with digital artist Trippy Labs and members of PleasrDAO launched UkraineDAO.

Founder of Pussy Riot and feminist activist Nadya Tolokonnikova, alongside digital artist Trippy Labs and members of PleasrDAO have launched UkraineDAO, a decentralized autonomous organization with the goal of helping Ukrainians during Russia’s invasion of the country.

The DAO was created just a day ago and is putting plans in motion to support people in Ukraine.

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On the UkraineDAO Twitter, people can learn about the situation in Ukraine, get real time updates, and find more information about how best to support civilians during the crisis, while using the power of Web 3.0 technology to raise funds.

Due to the critical situation in Ukraine, the banking systems in the region are collapsing, ATMs are reported to be out of order, and contactless payments are unreliable. Many have lost their internet connection. 

“The primary focus right now is planning a fund raiser via an NFT listing with a PartyBid so people can donate as much or as little as they wish. A big part of the current focus is ensuring these funds are also being deployed in the right way and to the right organizations to have maximum benefit to key civilian organizations on the ground in Ukraine,” 

explained artist Mr. Jon Kane on the UkraineDAO Discord.

According to the channel, Ukraine flag NFTs will be released in order to raise funds this Saturday.

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On Friday 25th of February at 11 a.m. EST, Pussy Riot and Trippy Labs will introduce UkraineDAO on the ‘Ohh Shiny’ Show. Join here.

NFT writer Andrew Wang shared some resources and ideas on Twitter:

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