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Meta History Museum Raised Over $1,000,000, Releases New NFT Collection in Support of Ukraine

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The META HISTORY project team created the first NFT military museum in Ukraine a month after the full-scale Russian invasion. Since then, they have managed to raise $1,290,398 (803.28 ether) for the Help to Ukraine crypto fund, created by the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine together with the Ukrainian crypto platform KUNA and blockchain company Everstake, and the Serhiy Prytula Charitable Foundation.

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“The idea to perpetuate the history of events in works of art and offer them to those who want to support Ukraine proved to be viable from the first day. The March drop brought in more than $600,000 in 24 hours – 1,282 out of 2,178 NFTs were sold. I think META HISTORY can make a significant difference in support of Ukraine by highlighting the truth with NFT art and selling it until the war is over.” — Brittany Kaiser, META HISTORY Ambassador, Founder of #OwnYourData, Blockchain Activist.

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On July 21, META HISTORY released their third compilation NFT Warline (https://metahistory.gallery/warline), which consists of works of art that tell the course of the war. Each of its significant events is illustrated by one of hundreds of artists working in different areas of fine art: oil, 3D, movement, generative graphics, calligraphy and abstraction. One of the exhibits was created by artificial intelligence.

Meta History Museum raised over $1,000,000 and released a new NFT collection in support of Ukraine
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“The first NFT museum in Ukraine ⎯ META HISTORY ⎯ raised over $1,000,000 for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The project team sent all the proceeds to the Aid For Ukraine crypto fund dedicated to the army. NFT will not stop Russian missiles, but will give Ukraine the opportunity to develop as an innovation-friendly country and rebuild its economy,” said Oleksandr Bornyakov, Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine for Information Technology Development.

The project team will talk more about the third release of the collection at an online event in the Metaverse on July 28th. Project partner Party Space will provide a virtual exhibition space where visitors will see 30 works from the new issue. , and learn more about the process of their creation and future plans from the art directors and artists involved in the project. An announcement of the event and information on how to participate will soon appear on the museum’s META HISTORY social media pages.

“We saw great potential for fundraising for Ukraine through NFT art. We are currently working on expanding its capabilities by adding more options so that more people can buy art. And together with the next drop, we hope that a free mint will be implemented. Regular metaverses will also be held, where you will learn more about the project and behind the scenes, ”VK, founder of the META HISTORY museum.



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