The Kharkiv Art Museum, one of the oldest and most expensive museum art collections in Ukraine, has announced the debut of its NFT collection on Binance NFT, the NFT marketplace of Binance, the world’s top blockchain ecosystem and cryptocurrency infrastructure provider. Approximately 25,000 pieces of fine art from Ukraine, Western Europe, the Middle East, and the Far East from the 15th to the 21st century are now on display in the museum.
The Kharkiv Art Museum will auction off 15 pieces from its collection as part of the opening of the “Art without Borders” NFT collection on Binance NFT. Albrecht Dürer, Simon de Vlieger, Georg Jacob Johann van Os, and other artists’ works will be included in the collection.
All proceeds from the sale will be used towards the museum’s operating needs, including the restoration of its artifacts and the creation of new employment.
The auction has already started with first pieces sold on October 13. It will still be running for another week.
Helen Hai, Head of Binance NFT, said:
“Throughout the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, digital assets have played an important role in providing fast, efficient, and simple help to those in need. Together with the Kharkiv Art Museum, we will present the NFT collection which combines Web3 technology and pieces of art that the museum preserves so carefully. We hope that this project will attract the attention of art connoisseurs and help the museum keep up with the times.”
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