The latest winners of the Eurovision Song Contest, Kalush Orchestra, releases an NFT for charity. All the income will somehow go to their home country, Ukraine. This happens while they continue to find themselves in a constant conflict. Metahistory hosts the auction.
The NFT auction by Kalush Orchestra will start on May 25 and will continue until May 28. The auction, which takes place on the Meta History platform, has a bid of at least 10 ETH, and is still more than a day away.
Appealingly, this platform allows users to buy the NFT in Fiat or cryptocurrency. This provides them choice and makes a friendly competition for what kind of currency can bring the most financial help.
With the final buy of the NFT, the auction winner will enjoy many advantages. A 100 percent exclusive digital NFT file with Kalush microphone and Orchestra. Plus a special meeting and dinner with members of the Kalush Orchestra. And also the opportunity to get the physical object, the crystal Microphone. Only if the bid price is higher than the Fiat currency bid.
To clarify, the lottery is sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy, the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), who arrange the contest.
Eurovision Song Contest 2022
The previous week in Turin, Italy, forty countries participated in this popular competition. Russia was eliminated this year. Kalush Orchestra of Ukraine won the competition with their song “Stephanie”. Before the general election, Britain’s Sam Ryder appeared to have won with the “Space Man”. Nevertheless, home voters were clearly supportive of the song, in addition to the country’s late struggles, and voted for Ukraine.
Since the beginning of the war, Ukraine, both the people and the government, have welcomed cryptocurrencies and NFTs to raise funds and donations to support the country during the conflict.