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MakersPlace, The ETH Marketplace, Supports Ukraine

MakersPlace ETH marketplace, supports Ukraine (2)

MakersPlace, the ETH-based NFT marketplace, sends a clear message of support to Ukraine in a kind act. The marketplace different actions on Twitter like donating revenue from the NFT drop in the current day.

Today’s news is disturbing, and many are wondering how they can back those who have been brutally affected because of the war.
MakersPlace tweeted to 105,000 followers: “In response to the situation in Ukraine, we have decided to remove all social media messages today, except the one planned with @Hackatao + Twitter. A part of Drop’s earnings today will go to @RedCrossUkraine”.

MakersPlace ETH marketplace, supports Ukraine

MakersPlace has also included a link to the Ukrainian Red Cross in their bio. It is not clear how much the NFT drop will increase in funds, but any small amount will help people who are suffering.

Hackatao is a special and very individual popular artist; thus, there will be a lot of excitement in this project.
Plus the donations and messages of support, MakersPlace revealed that they would be focusing on Ukrainian artists for the next few weeks and months. This act will provide artists to sell their work and have access to money when needed.

Ultimately, MakersPlace is not the only one to express their support for Ukraine. ETH’s creator, Vitalik Butrin, expressed his disgust on Twitter, and tweeted: “This is a crime against the people of Ukraine and Russia. Reminder: ETH is neutral, but I am not.”

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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