Binance NFT, the official NFT marketplace of major  cryptocurrency exchange  Binance, announced on Friday the official launch of the NFT collection of FC Shakhtar Donetsk, a professional Ukraine football club.

According to the press release, Nine signed jerseys will be auctioned from the club's 'Football for Peace' initiative as part of the launch. Moreover, as part of this initiative, FC Shakhtar Donetsk will organize friendly matches and donates ticket sales proceeds to Ukrainian children affected by war.

“Being one of the most popular professional football clubs in Ukraine, FC Shakhtar Donetsk has received much love, affection and support from our local fans over the years. We are dedicated to helping the Ukrainian community rise back stronger from this crisis.  Blockchain  is ideal for this given the transparency and accountability that it provides,” Sergei Palkin, the CEO of FC Shakhtar Donetsk, commented. The auction will start on May 7 and last for a week. The highest bidder will receive a limited-edition FC Shakhtar Donetsk jersey featuring the 'Football for Peace' logo.

Taras Stepanenko, Mikhail Mudryk and Andriy Pyatov, the stars of Ukrainian football, will also sign the jersey. In addition, there will be 10,000 NFT Mystery Boxes available for purchase in addition to the auctioned items.

“Throughout the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, digital assets, including NFTs, have played an important role in providing fast, efficient and simple help to those in need. By working closely with FC Shakhtar Donetsk and launching their NFT collection on Binance NFT, we hope that the proceeds would allow us to extend humanitarian support to as many Ukrainians as possible,” Helen Hai, the Head of Binance NFT, pointed out.

Trading Figures

As Finance Magnates recently reported, Binance ended March handling 30.2% of the total spot trading volume, according to a CryptoCompare report. Additionally, the exchange witnessed a 15.7% monthly surge in the demand for its crypto spot trading services as total trading volume touched $490 billion.

Binance NFT, the official NFT marketplace of major  cryptocurrency exchange  Binance, announced on Friday the official launch of the NFT collection of FC Shakhtar Donetsk, a professional Ukraine football club.

According to the press release, Nine signed jerseys will be auctioned from the club's 'Football for Peace' initiative as part of the launch. Moreover, as part of this initiative, FC Shakhtar Donetsk will organize friendly matches and donates ticket sales proceeds to Ukrainian children affected by war.

“Being one of the most popular professional football clubs in Ukraine, FC Shakhtar Donetsk has received much love, affection and support from our local fans over the years. We are dedicated to helping the Ukrainian community rise back stronger from this crisis.  Blockchain  is ideal for this given the transparency and accountability that it provides,” Sergei Palkin, the CEO of FC Shakhtar Donetsk, commented. The auction will start on May 7 and last for a week. The highest bidder will receive a limited-edition FC Shakhtar Donetsk jersey featuring the 'Football for Peace' logo.

Taras Stepanenko, Mikhail Mudryk and Andriy Pyatov, the stars of Ukrainian football, will also sign the jersey. In addition, there will be 10,000 NFT Mystery Boxes available for purchase in addition to the auctioned items.

“Throughout the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, digital assets, including NFTs, have played an important role in providing fast, efficient and simple help to those in need. By working closely with FC Shakhtar Donetsk and launching their NFT collection on Binance NFT, we hope that the proceeds would allow us to extend humanitarian support to as many Ukrainians as possible,” Helen Hai, the Head of Binance NFT, pointed out.

Trading Figures

As Finance Magnates recently reported, Binance ended March handling 30.2% of the total spot trading volume, according to a CryptoCompare report. Additionally, the exchange witnessed a 15.7% monthly surge in the demand for its crypto spot trading services as total trading volume touched $490 billion.