Ukraine’s MetaHistory NFT museum raised over $1 million

All the funds collected from the sales of two Warline NFT collections will go to the crypto fund “Aid for Ukraine” which helps purchase non-lethal weapons for the Ukrainian army.

A stock photo of children's hands painted yellow and blue.

Since the beginning of the war, crypto became the main venue for collecting charitable donations in support of Ukraine. To aid their country’s war effort and commemorate the history of the current events, Ukrainian crypto experts and top-notch artists joined efforts in launching the NFT museum.

Each art piece in the collection represents one day of the invasion illustrated by the artist. So far, two collections were issued, with the third one nearing the release date.

“The formula of each NFT is clear and simple: each token is a real news piece from an official source and an illustration from artists, both Ukrainian and international,” the website reads.

An image from the NFT collection depicting destroyed bridge in red colors.
March 23, 2022. Day 28 of the war, 19:46. "russians bombed the bridge over Desna river and completely blocked Chernihiv, home to 300,000 people. putin wants to turn the 1,100-year-old city with its unique historic sites into a new Mariupol."

The total amount of funds raised by the MetaHistory museum reached $1.29m, with 1958 NFTs in circulation sold off in 91 auctions.

“MetaHistory NFT museum is created to commemorate the history of the current events in Ukraine, preserve the truth, and collect donations for humanitarian aid. We have a new take on the role of art in society – it must be relevant, courageous, activist. And eternal.”