Ukrainian company Everstake attracts Deputy Prime Minister Mikhail Fedorov to participate in further appeal on donations to the crypto “Help Ukraine”
Powered by Everstake, Kuna, FTXand Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, Help Ukraine has already raised $ 60 million in donations from the crypto community and deployed $ 45 million through the purchase of first aid kits, rations, body armor and other purchases.
Noting the clear benefits of these donations, Everstake enlisted the support of the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine Mikhail Fedorov in a recently released video urging the community to continue support hours after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said a peace deal that would cede Ukrainian land is from the table.
“Peace is worth the price, but the first wave of donations has subsided. Cryptocurrencies are devoid of red tape, making them the most effective way to provide first aid, ”said Everstake CEO and co-founder Sergey Vasilchuk. “Every contribution to the crypt, whether big or small, is another nail in the coffin of totalitarianism. Helping Ukraine fight the invasion means helping us save the free world from enslavement. ”
Not only accepting donations, Everstake co-founders Sergei Vasilchuk and Eve Seifert donated $ 10 million of their own cryptocurrencies to these efforts.
Bickerstaff.734the same agency that was filling the Russian tourist advertising vacuum how Airbnb and Booking.com left the market with real-world images, prepared a video with the creative director Ilya Anufryenko commenting: “People rarely think of peace as an investment. But if there is no peace, there will be no opportunity to pump up your Lamborghini or get an alpaca farm. This is a very unusual communication campaign, so we believe it will stand out and attract more crypto donations. ”