Ukraine has launched a virtual NFT history museum aimed at chronicling the invasion by Russia. The war-ravaged nation intends to sell a series of non-fungible tokens (NFTs), with the profits from the sale going to the government’s Ministry of Digital Transformation.
The resurgence across major cryptocurrencies comes even as the Russian stock market opens up for trading after shutting down for a month following a central bank decision after major stock indices slumped in the aftermath of the Ukrainian invasion.
Israel’s Bank Leumi is set to become the first banking institution in Israel to enable cryptocurrency trading for its clients, according to a Thursday Reuters report.
Larry Fink, the CEO of the world’s largest asset firm BlackRock, has suggested that the ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia could spark massive crypto adoption.
This new fund, which is the company’s 18th investment product and third diversified fund offering, will give institutional investors exposure to an array of leading smart contract networks.