April 23, 2022

Selling Russia to Support Ukraine


Selling Russia to Support Ukraine
Purchasing real-estate just got more interesting. Russia for Sale

A Tbilisi-based creative agency is creating and selling NFT versions of Russian territory to help rebuild Ukraine. 

While it isn't anything new to sell NFTs to support Ukraine, Russia for Sale is taking the idea to a new level by not only partitioning off Russia to sell, but each region includes its name, size, and even its own coat of arms.

For only 4.0 ETH (~$11,877.72) it could be yours | Russia For Sale

Of the 2,443 available regions, 30 have already been sold, their profits combing to a total of $18,654 in Ethereum cryptocurrency. Currently, bigger cities like St. Petersburg are going for about 4.0 ETH and Moscow has already sold for 5.0 ETH.

If you are interested in your own piece of Russia but want something a bit more affordable than the bigger cities, consider looking at more rural areas, such as the Franz Josef Land, Arkhangelsk Oblast, where the going rate is currently 0.18 ETH.

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