Wars cost a lot of money. Governments used to issue war bonds to fund campaigns. In the Ukraine war, NFTs on the blockchain now perform a similar function.
Ukrainian Ministry of Digital Transformation MetaHistory War Museum By selling non-fungible tokens (NFT) associated with the first 34 days of war since the Russian invasion (see photo below).
It has collected $71 million already
The NFT was auctioned at midnight last Wednesday to raise money to support the Ukrainian military and civilians. Many of the NFTs date back to the governments designed labels for war bonds, also known as victory bonds.
(Photo: Meta Museum of War History)
Each war has its own form of propaganda that can later reach cult status. By creating and selling NFTs in an exhibition documenting the horrors of war, the time lag that usually falls between events and their artistic representation is eliminated.
It can be disturbing to think about how viral images and tweets have gone while the conflict in Ukraine is still raging.
But perhaps this is not so different from when Hollywood actors called for donations, entertained troops, and staged bond-selling events across the United States during World War II. All to raise more money for the war effort.
Mila Kunis as Betty Grable once did
actress Mila Kunis (photo below), Who was born in Ukraine and her husband Ashton Kutcher It is a modern version of such links. The couple gathers around GoFundMe.org Donations to Ukraine. To date, they’ve raised more than $35 million from nearly 75,000 people, exceeding their goal of $30 million. He was the biggest donor Larry Ellison, Founder of the American software house Oracle, with a commitment of $5 million.
Today, while Ukraine sells NFT, the actress sold the auction Betty Grable A pair of her stockings sold for $40,000 in World War II, about $650,000 today. The principle has remained the same – even if a future technology with blockchain is now being used.
Collaboration: Jade Cano and Marco Babic
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