From crypto to NFTs, The Sandbox’s metaverse supports Ukraine

Peace in the metaverse – For two months now the war in Ukraine raises the spirits of solidarity. Metaverse giant The Sandbox, NFT game on the blockchain Ethereum, follows the wave by making public on April 27 on its social networks the state of play of its aid and support for the Ukrainian people. NFT, cryptocurrencies, all means are then good to support the country invaded by Russia.

A donation in cryptocurrency: SAND to support Ukraine

First, The Sandbox made a Don of 100,000 SAND to UNICEF France. SAND is the native cryptocurrency, the nervous system of exchanges in the pixelated metaverse. As of this writing, this SAND donation represents $300,000.

UNICEF’s presence in Ukraine dates back decades. The humanitarian response was therefore able to be rapid and relevant. Also, UNICEF’s operations are numerous, discreet and efficient: deliveries of emergency medical supplies, water purification tablets and reception of minors are examples.

The Sandbox donated 100,000 SAND to UNICEF France

Cryptocurrency donations, however, were not the only way for the metaverse giant to show generosity. Okiti’x, French artist, created NFT titled union for peace. The resale of these NFTs made possible through The Sandbox marketplace is donated to UNICEF France.

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NFTs Wave with Ukrainee in collaboration with Mauer

NFT MAUER collections aim to democratize history through an increased presence of NFTs representing historical events in the metaverse. An early partner of The Sandbox, Mauer, for example, created a collection of NFTs from the Berlin Wall in January 2021.

Here, 10,000 NFT, flags of Ukraine are on sale. They have two purposes. First, to allow their owners to show their support for Ukraine in the metaverse. Second, bringing Ukrainian culture to life in the metaverse. The Sandbox will double the winnings collected by Mauer NFT.

Tweet from The Sandbox announcing the partnership with Mauer to support Ukraine.

“Together with Mauer, we raise funds for Ukrainian citizens who are currently suffering from the war. 10,000 copies of the Ukrainian flag in NFT will be put up for sale on the MAUER website. »

The Sandbox, Twitter

NFTs Ukraine 24.02.2022 by Ilya Kazakov

Finally, since April 27, The Sandbox marketplace has hosted a collection of NFTs entitled: Ukraine 24.02.2022 created by Ukrainian artist Ilya. This Manichean work of art represents a triumphal arch cut into two opposing worlds: that of peace on one side and that of war on the other.

This representation of peace and independence is the symbol of Ukrainian civil resistance according to the artist. This NFT is created, minted in 200 copies. Each copy costs 15 SAND. All proceeds from the sale will go to charities supporting victims of war in Ukraine.

The Sandbox carries the NFT Ukraine project 24.02.2022 to support Ukraine in its metaverse

“Ukraine 24.02.2022 is a representation of peace, independence, but also civil resistance. A Rare NFT of 200 copies, going on sale April 27 at 3pm UTC All proceeds from the sale will go to charities supporting victims of the Ukrainian war. »

The Sandbox, Twitter.

The Sandbox joins the blockchain giants and shows with its means its support for the Ukrainian people. The use of NFTs beyond the financial support it can provide is therefore remarkable here. Sometimes synonymous with a blockchain weakened by dubious projects, NFT are an artistic means of direct participation to the resistance.

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From crypto to NFTs, The Sandbox’s metaverse supports Ukraine


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