Ukrainian IT Army Creates NFTs to Support the Country in War

After the collector buys one of these NFTs, the funds would be donated to a charity fund that specifies buying the same physical object.

While Ukrainian arm forces are repelling attacks by Russian occupiers in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mariupol, and other cities, the Ukrainian IT army fights another battle. To help civilians and the army to win the Russia-Ukraine war, they donate crypto, create NFT collections and digital clothes. One such thing is the NFT collection “Make-Peace Donations.” By purchasing those NFTs, people from the US/Europe help Ukrainians with life-saving measures, medical care, and equip the Ukrainian army with the necessary technics to preserve human lives. The raised funds will be directed to Come Back Alive and Hospitallers, Ukrainian charity organizations.


The fields ration – 0.05 ETH 

The number of civilians without access to food and water is rising by the day because of a citywide curfew. There is no centrally organized supply of food or water. It is done on a voluntary basis.

The medical kit – 0.10 ETH
The more medicine there is for people suffering from the war, the more people will survive. Recently, Russian forces bombed a children’s hospital in Mariupol, injuring pregnant women and burying patients.

The bulletproof vest – 0.20 ETH 
According to OHCHR, the 13-day massacre took 364 lives. They were all civilians, including 25 children. 759 were injured. The cost of a vest is $500, but human life is priceless. 

The drone – 0.40 ETH 
A very tiny little thing that is extremely useful. It can track sabotage attempts, detect signs of Russian invaders and prevent death from missiles.

The thermal imager – 0.80 ETH 
At night, Russian forces don’t sleep. Ukraine needs more thermal imagers to see their movements.

The non-fungible artworks are already published on the project’s website. All updates about the fundraising process are published on their Twitter account.

After the collector buys one of these NFTs, the funds would be donated to a charity fund that specifies buying the same physical object with the help of the smart contract.


Quick facts about Ukrainian NFT & digital wearables collections:

  • According to Elliptic, the Ukrainian government has received $63.8М in cryptocurrency donations.
  • Decentraland also took place in a fundraising campaign. WonderZone Amusement Park made some Ukraine-editions of our latest wearables, that we are selling in the WonderMine field.
  • Startup DRESSX launched “support Ukraine collection” in the colours of the Ukrainian flag.

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