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Russian tanks listed on OpenSea by Ukrainian farmers

Russian tanks listed on OpenSea by Ukrainian farmers

If you are in the market for a Soviet battle tank, your wait is ended. A Ukrainian farmer near Kyiv lately listed 3 Russian tanks as NFTs for sale on OpenSea. At a low floor price of 250 ETH more than $700,000 (at the time of writing), you can be the proud owner of a T-64BV. Nevertheless, you will still have to get a sixty ton people move out of a war zone without hurting anybody.

Currently, you probably ask how this humble farmer took over these Soviet tanks. The farmer said that these three tank models were “moral origin”; so, you will have a clean interior. Besides, the farmer mentioned that the tanks have “most if not all the equipment inside, and they are not empty”.

The Ukrainian Russian tank NFTs have three models, the T-64BV, a T-72A and finally, a T-80U. Apparently, each NFT consists of a hidden tag with instructions on how and where to recover the battle piece. Moreover, many have expressed worries about the seizure of battle tanks by the Ukrainian government. Not to mention the headache of carrying the equipment out of Ukraine. Thus, no offers have been made for three Russian military tanks on OpenSea.

The Ukrainian farmer said:”While being the new owner of a Soviet battle tank looks interesting, a death cannon on my front lawn may frighten the neighbors. Therefore, the three tanks are waiting for a purchaser worthy of the shipping bill. There is no sign of them going anywhere. As Ukraine continues to protect its homeland, neighboring countries helped via the power of cryptocurrencies”.

About Nicolle

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

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