Wladimir Klitschko, the Ukrainian boxing hero, is releasing a collection of NFTs to help his war-torn country. NFT will start a new series called “Vandalz for Ukraine: WhIsBe x Wladimir Klitschko.” The two will work together to make art.
Metacurio, the top non-traditional creative agency for A-list stars and global brands, is in charge of organizing the two icons’ first-ever collaboration. “Vandal Gummy” bears in the Ukrainian flag colors of blue and yellow will be part of the new drop.
In this case, all money raised through NFT drops will go directly to help people in Ukraine who have been hurt by the war. Red Cross Ukraine and UNICEF will help. The first thing Ukraine should do is get the resources that are most important to its current defense against Russia.
The former Olympic gold medalist and the world’s longest-reigning heavyweight boxing champion are amazed that art can help charitable groups. “It’s a great idea: art as a form of help for people who need it, a great “support” for those who need it,” he said. When art is used to help people, it can be beautiful on many levels.
One of the first fine artists to live at NFT, which will open in early 2020, is WhIsBe. he sold the world’s first NFT that didn’t go up for auction. He is one of the world’s top 10 NFT artists. As a result, his involvement in this charity gives a big boost to the goal. He redesigned and changed the colors of his “Vandal Gummy” bears to match the Ukrainian flag.
The multi-platinum-selling artist thanked God for giving him the chance to help others. “It’s amazing to be able to use my art and this new technology to help people in need and deliver help right away to any place on the planet,” he said.
There will be three different types of “Vandal Gummy” bear NFTs that cost $100, $1,000, and $10,000 each. A one-of-a-kind NFT worth $1 million is also for sale on the auction market. In this case, partners who participate in the drop will not have to pay for anything. Visit OpenSea today for a three-week sale!