PipeFlare Utilizes Web 3.0 Technology to Drive Donations for Ukrainian Charity NFT 

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Published on March 6, 2022

PipeFlare, an NFT project looking to build on the success of P2E gaming platforms, is utilizing Web 3.0 technology to drive donations for Ukrainian refugees by tapping a global network of 750,000 blockchain gamers. Users can purchase a Ukrainian Charity NFT, which provides gamers perks on PipeFlare and various games on its platform.

Users can easily purchase the Ukrainian Charity Dragon NFT by paying with crypto or a credit card, and will receive real life perks as a reward for their generosity. Crypto donations to Ukraine have quickly accelerated, topping $52 Million, with funds pouring in from BTC, ETH, PolkaDot and NFTs, according to Forbes.

“By raising funds through NFTs, PipeFlare will be able to reach a new target audience, some of whom might not necessarily know how to donate, or have the means to donate through traditional banking mechanisms. We want to show our support, and through this sale, PipeFlare will be donating all profits to The $1K Project for Ukraine to help Ukrainian refugees,” said Jonathan Teplitsky, CEO, Pipeline Marketing and Founder, Pipe Flare.”

The $1K Project for Ukraine allows direct relief for refugee families from the war in Ukraine. It allows families in United States and around the world to directly send money to families on the ground in Ukraine.

The Ukrainian government is accepting donations in crypto. It has announced raising $59.2 million through more than 118,000 crypto asset donations since the start of the Russian invasion. This includes a $5.8 million donation by Polkadot founder Gavin Wood, and a CryptoPunk NFT worth over $200,000.

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