Ukraine DAO launches 1/1 NFT to Raise Funds to Help Wort-torn Ukrainians

CXIP Collaborates with UkraineDAO,

Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova, and Party Bid,

Builds Smart Contract To Support Humanitarian Efforts

Launching TODAY, February 26 at 12PM Noon EST for 72 Hours

(LOS ANGELES, CA — February 26, 2022) — Today, Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 12PM EST, Ukraine DAO is launching with the release of a 1/1 NFT of the Ukrainian flag, minted by CXIP, to raise funds for Ukrainian civilian organizations to help those suffering from the war initiated by Putin.

The launch runs for 72 hours. Visit to participate. 100% of the proceeds will go to “Come Back Alive” fund:

The release launches alongside the creation of a PartyBid (tool that allows people to bid collectively and, in case they win, get fractionalized ownership of the flag), in order to allow those who want to donate any amount of money to participate and receive a POAP (proof of attendance, a digital souvenir).

UkraineDAO started to form immediately after it became known the Russian military was invading Ukraine. Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova, FreeRossDAO’s Alona, PleasrDAO’s CryptoStΞvΞ and Trippy from Trippy Labs started to organize and bring community members together from the various DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organization) they are part of.

UkraineDAO consists of Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova, FreeRossDAO’s Alona, PleasrDAO’s CryptoStΞvΞ, Trippy from Trippy Labs and members of their respective communities; and with help from CXIP and Moonpay. This initiative is inspired by the recent successful fundraising efforts by FreeRossDAO.

​​”We purposefully avoided adding our own art to this release, in a way it’s our strong conceptual artistic statement. People can have different aesthetics, but it’s not about what color we prefer, it’s about uniting to save lives. The Ukrainian flag unites us,”  said ​​Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova.

“On Thursday, CXIP received news that several of our development partners located in Ukraine had been displaced from their homes and raced to move their families to safety, while some of them remained in Ukraine, trapped and unable to leave. During the past year, these partners have become some of our closest friends– part of the CXIP family and our core team. When Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova and PleaserDAO asked CXIP to create a custom contract for the UkraineDAO NFT initiative, we immediately refocused our efforts to support this critical campaign,” said Jeff Gluck, CXIP CEO.

“Come Back Alive” was founded in 2014 by Vitaliy Deynega, an IT specialist from Kyiv. Their principles: political neutrality, open reporting about incomes and expenses, and distribution of aid to those with the greatest need. An assessment of results of Ukrainian charitable projects published by Ukrainian Philanthropists Association 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019 qualifies “Come Back Alive” as one of the most effective and transparent Ukrainian charitable and volunteer initiatives.

Donate to the DAO directly here: UkraineDAO.eth.


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