One week after their release, Ukraine’s official NFTs are still unsold.
Last week, Ukraine issued its much-anticipated NFTs, with the goal of raising $1 million for war and humanitarian missions. Hundreds of NFTs, however, have still to be sold after one week.
This is the first time a country has launched a collection. However, unlike past high-profile NFT collections, which often sell out quickly, its sale did not go as easily.
The Events of the Ukraine and Russian War are depicted in official Ukraine NFTs.
The collection was announced by the Ukrainian government at the beginning of March. They made the statement after canceling their original plan for a crypto airdrop and instead opting to distribute NFTs. It took about a month for the collection of 2,182 NFTs to be revealed.
The collection, dubbed “META HISTORY: Museum of War,” depicts the war’s timeline from the beginning. Each NFT is a work of art with a tweet placed on top of it.
You can buy one by minting the NFTs that are available on OpenSea. 24 hours after the introduction, the Ukrainian government claimed that 1,051 tickets had been sold. As of this writing, there are only about 1,700 boats listed on OpenSea, with a total of 706 owners.
In the meantime, OpenSea’s current floor price is 0.13 ETH, with a secondary trading volume of 21.6 ETH.
The collection has raised nearly $600,000 so far, according to a representative for the Ukrainian Ministry of Digital Transformation, the body driving the NFT sale. The agency’s expectations for the transaction were not met, according to the spokeswoman.
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