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Ukrainian Web3 charity fund is selling “Woman yelling at a cat” meme as an NFT

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Charity fund on the blockchain Unchain has started its NFT auction with the “Woman Yelling at a Cat” meme, which is one of the most popular and well-known memes of all time. The charity auction was announced on Foundation.app marketplace by Unchain.fund to support Taylor Armstrong and the family of Smudge the Cat.

The Ukrainian PR agency Zlodei (BADS) and project manager Eugene Lapitsky will help market the auction. Earlier this year, Lapitsky sold another widely known meme called “Coffin Dance” as NFT and gave $250,000 from the sale to the “Come Back Alive” charity fund.

The auction will start at 1pm New York time on November 18. Part of the money will go to help the people of Ukraine who have been hurt by the Russian invasion.

The history of “Woman yelling at a cat”

The meme shows a screencap of Taylor Armstrong from “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and Smudge the Cat sitting behind a dinner plate. In the summer of 2019, the meme got a lot of attention on the web, and in 2020, it was named Meme of the Year. “Woman Yelling at a Cat” is still one of the most popular memes. It has a lot of different versions and fans, such as Snoop Dog, John Cena, and Stefon Diggs.

Unchain.Fund

Unchain is a charity fund for blockchain technology that was started in 2022 by Vitalik Buterin, the founder of Ethereum. Unchain is currently raising money to help war-affected Ukrainians with food, medicine, clothing, transportation, and shelter. The fund has already raised and given away more than $9,300,000, and it gives detailed and clear spending reports.

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