- Ukraine called for crypto donations anew in the wake of Russia’s recent assaults.
- So far, the country has received almost $500,000 one hour after the announcement.
- Accepted cryptocurrencies are bitcoin, ether, and USDT (TRC-20 network).
Ukraine called for cryptocurrency donations anew amid Russia’s recent and widespread attacks. Ukrainian politician and public figure Serhiy Prytula posted the cryptocurrency wallets, which are in Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Tether USD (TRC-20 network).
Aside from the mentioned crypto wallets, someone tagged Tesla CEO Elon Musk, saying that Ukraine is also open to accepting Dogecoin (DOGE) donations.
Those who want to donate crypto must ensure to sent to the correct addresses.
According to the thread, the crowdfunding effort is to purchase locally-made kamikaze drones to force Russians out of Ukraine. Prytula, alongside President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, has called Russians ‘terrorists’ amid Russia’s recent bombing of various civilian places in Ukraine.
One hour after Prytula announced Ukraine’s crowdfunding campaign, people sent almost $500,000.
Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin admitted to the coordinated attacks. In addition, he promises a ‘harsh’ response should Ukraine’s military retaliate.
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