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Finder launches charitable NFT collection to support Ukraine


Finder aims to raise 30 ETH (~$75,000) to help Ukraine.

Finder is launching its first charitable NFT collection to support the victims of the war in Ukraine. The NFT collection is titled "Peace Koalas" and features original generative koala artworks designed by Finder illustrator Lemon Mingyue Wang.

There are 1,000 NFTs available to mint, and 100% of collected funds will be donated to the official crypto wallet of Ukraine published by their Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine.

The project has been built on Immutable X (an Ethereum layer-2 solution) to help reduce gas fees and ensure the collection is completely carbon-neutral.

How do I get a Peace Koala NFT?

Visit our official minting page to get started. There are instructions for those who have previous experience minting NFTs and for those who have no experience. Simply select an option and then follow the instructions in order to mint your Peace Koala.

How much do the NFTs cost?

The mint price is 0.03 ETH per Peace Koala NFT. All minting proceeds and secondary royalties will be donated to the official crypto wallet of Ukraine to help support victims of the war.

Can I sell my NFT?

Yes, you are free to sell your NFT on the secondary NFT market. Finder will also donate the royalties it receives from any secondary sales to the same charities.

How do I stay up to date?

Visit our Peace Koalas project page, or join our discord here to get the latest news.

You can read the full terms and conditions here.

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