The country’s minister of digital transformation, Mykhailo Fedorov, said on Twitter that Ukraine has canceled an “airdrop” for people who have donated cryptocurrencies to the country, while non-fungible tokens (NFTs) supporting the military are scheduled. Ukrainian.
Today Fedorov on Twitter wrote that “after careful consideration, we have decided to cancel the airdrop. Every day there are more and more people willing to help Ukraine fight aggression. Instead, we will soon announce NFT to support the Ukrainian military. We have no plans to issue fungible tokens.
The planned airdrop, which the Ukrainian government first said was “confirmed” on March 2, has boosted cryptocurrency donations to the country, with thousands of small donations ranging from 0.0001 ETH to 0.01. ETH, which invaded the Ethereum blockchain.
As reported, data from Dune Analytics showed that the number of unique wallets that donated cryptocurrencies after the airdrop announcement has already exceeded the number of unique wallets they donated prior to the announcement.
While the promised airdrop was canceled, however, some members of the crypto community who donated didn’t seem too disappointed.