Ukraine’s ministry of digital transformation had opened an online museum of nonfungible tokens that aims to safeguard the timeline of important events beginning with the event when the Russian military started the invasion in their country.
Using Twitter on Friday, the digital transformation minister of Ukraine, Mykhailo Fedorov, announced that his government had launched an NFT initiative that will show us the key highlights of the war from the perspective of a Ukrainian citizen from the start of February 24. The feature event of the NFT will start from 5:45 AM of local time when the conflict began, and the Russian government announced a special military operation in the Donbas region of Ukraine.
As per the website of the NFT museum, a total of 54 NFT key moments will be available that have occurred between February 24 to February 26, starting from March 20 in the platform. The NFT arts can be purchased using ETH, and they will be used to assist the civilians and the army of the region.
These artworks are based upon the Twitter posts uploaded by various news sources, photos, government officials and the reaction of world leaders and all of these arts are accompanied by the reflection of Ukrainian people.
According to the statement of Fedorov, as Russia uses weapons to destroy their country, they will rely on the revolutionary blockchain technology, and the NFT art museum is the platform that will retain the memory of war while the platform will also represent and celebrate the identity and freedom of the Ukrainian people.
The NFT artwork museum also states that they will never let a single day disappear from the records of world history.