KB Pixel Art is pledging to donate NFT profits to the International Committee of the Red Cross.
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine accelerates, KB Pixel Art is hoping to provide humanitarian aid to the Ukrainian people. Although NFTs have generated a lot of controversies, the KB Pixel Art NFTs are original and priced affordably. They are also powered via the proof-of-stake Tezos blockchain, which is far more environmentally friendly than rivals like Bitcoin and Ethereum (Eth is transitioning to proof-of-stake).
The NFT is a simple Ukrainian flag. It is listed on Rarible and priced at 1 XTZ. It was created using Hippo Games’ Pixel Studio, a free app for Android, iOS, and PC. 100 percent of profits from the Ukrainian flag NFT sale will go to the International Committee of the Red Cross to support their efforts in Ukraine and other warzones.
Donating 100% of profits to the International Committee of the Red Cross to help support their humanitarian efforts in Ukraine and other war-torn countries.#NFTs #NFT #NFTproject #charity #givingback https://t.co/9jB1JSNFnv— KB Pixel Art (@kbpixelart) February 23, 2022
“The Ukrainian crisis has the potential to displace millions of innocent civilians and cost countless lives,” KB Pixel Art says. “While people like me are powerless to stop the violence, we can do something. This is my way of standing in solidarity with the Ukrainian people while supporting a worthy and reputable nonprofit.”
Even if you have no interest in NFTs, you may donate directly to the International Committee of the Red Cross. And if you are a fan of pixel art, you can follow KB Pixel Art on Twitter, Instagram, and Rarible.