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Ukraine Receives $33 Million In Digital Asset Donations, Says ‘Airdrop Confirmed’

Ukraine will carry out an airdrop for donors who have contributed to its virtual currency addresses. It’s the 1st time a country will conduct an “airdrop” for donations

The nation will conduct the aforementioned airdrop to donors who have contributed money to its official digital asset addresses, the country mentioned on Wednesday through its official Twitter account.

The tweet read,

“Airdrop confirmed. Snapshot will be taken tomorrow, on March 3rd, at 6 pm Kyiv time (UTC/GMT +2 hours). Reward to follow!.”

Airdrops involve digital asset projects sending free cryptocurrencies en masse to their communities in a bid to buoy up adoption. Earlier, El Salvador airdropped thirty dollars worth of BTC to its citizens, last year. Nevertheless, the one on Thursday would mark the 1st time a country conducts an airdrop for digital asset donations made. It was not clear which token Ukraine plans to airdrop.

Ukraine began accepting digital assets as means of donation on 26th February as Russian troops entered Ukrainian territory in a “special military operation.” The nation is accepting donations in BTC, ETH, USDT, and DOT coins.

According to several media reports, the nation has allegedly received approximately thirty three million dollars in digital assets donations so far.

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