Ukraine’s courageous fight against Russia’s invasion continues to inspire efforts in the cryptosphere and beyond, and the former astronaut OUR Scott Kelly officially released his first ever non-fungible token (NFT) to help the Ukrainian military effort.
The work “Dreams are not of this world” presented today, International Day of Human Space Flight, and 100% of the proceeds from its sale will go to Global Empowerment Mission and opportunities to help Ukraine in the fight against the invaders. press release issued in connection with the event.
Content Creation Studio Orange Comet developed NFT.
A former fighter jet pilot, Kelly circled the Earth more than 8,300 times during his NASA career. The press release says the American astronaut has traveled more than 200 million miles, flying or visiting many parts of the planet.
According to the Orange Comets website, in October 2015, Kelly set the record for the most accumulated days spent in space, marking the longest space mission by an American astronaut.
Kelly said that
Like space travel metaverse currently may seem inaccessible to the masses. In addition to reviving interest in space, I am honored to be able to help the people of Ukraine during this crisis by donating 100% of the net proceeds from the original sale of the Global Empowerment Mission.
Further, the cosmonaut commented on his contribution to the cause of helping the Ukrainian people, saying:
It is my hope that this collection of NFTs will not only inspire those who choose to auction, but also lift the spirits of those going through some of the darkest times in human history.
NFT is available for purchase at marketplace OpenSea starting today at 9:00 AM PT (16:00 GMT). The auction will run for 72 hours.
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