Elon Musk Is First in Line as Ukrainian NFT Museum MetaHistory Launches Hall of Fame – Many businesspeople, politicians, and artists, have shown support for Ukraine since the war started, but a few stand out in particular. The NFT museum in Ukraine, MetaHistory, now intends to commemorate those individuals on the blockchain.
On March 30, the MetaHistory team launched the first portion of their collection of artworks to tremendous acclaim, raising $800,000 from sales, with 100% of the proceeds going to the project official supporter – Ukraine’s Ministry of Digital Transformation.
They’re launching The Hall of Fame this week, a special collection of NFT portraits of people who have aided Ukraine in its time of need. These individuals provided goods and services, quietly backed Ukraine, and used the power of their work to raise awareness and raise funds for the cause.
These paintings aren’t for sale; instead, they’re a gesture of thanks, comparable to how paintings were once given to royal families and prominent scientists. NFT-based artworks, on the other hand, will remain on the blockchain indefinitely. The supporters of Ukraine are practically writing history with their deeds.
Who are these individuals? The MetaHistory team chose them based on how outspoken they were in their support for Ukraine and what concrete actions they took.
Elon Musk is the first person to be inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Ukrainian NFT Museum MetaHistory, but he will not be the last. Mila Kunis, Jared Leto, Elton John, Jim Carrey, and Benedict Cumberbatch are among the other inductees, and their portraits are ready to be exhibited at the Hall of Fame.
The MetaHistory team was joined by the community in expressing gratitude:
“MetaHistory is a wonderfully put-together endeavor in a situation where most people can’t think about anything but immediate survival and worry for loved ones.
How do you concentrate on quality when there are bombs going off outside? MetaHistory created a use case for blockchain functionality while also safeguarding Ukraine’s history and future. “I am honored and delighted to serve as its ambassador,” Vesa, a cryptoartist, said.
Elon Musk Is First in Line as Ukrainian NFT Museum MetaHistory Launches Hall of Fame – The Hall is going to be released in connection with the museum 2nd collection, the so-called 2nd drop. Famous artists like Sestry Feldman, Waone Manzhos, Irene Neyman, Danya Shulipa, and more have created true masterpieces to commemorate the events of the war between March 2nd and March 14th.