Ukraine’s Airdrop Could Be Spoofing the ‘Peaceful World’ NFT Token

Ukraine’s Airdrop Could Be Spoofing the ‘Peaceful World’ NFT Token

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March 24, 2022 by Diana Ambolis
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According to blockchain researchers, the WORLD NFT tokens supplied by Ukraine’s crypto addresses could be a hoax ahead of the country’s official airdrop. The NFT Token project ‘Peaceful World’ looks to be mimicking Ukraine’s much-anticipated airdrop. Transactions on Etherscan that appear to be from the official Ukraine Donation Wallet airdropping tokens to wallet addresses appear
Ukraine's Airdrop Could Be Spoofing the 'Peaceful World' NFT Token

According to blockchain researchers, the WORLD NFT tokens supplied by Ukraine’s crypto addresses could be a hoax ahead of the country’s official airdrop.

The NFT Token project ‘Peaceful World’ looks to be mimicking Ukraine’s much-anticipated airdrop. Transactions on Etherscan that appear to be from the official Ukraine Donation Wallet airdropping tokens to wallet addresses appear to be under the control of a third party.

“What occurred was that they made the token transferable by anyone without consent,” Twitter user @razoreth revealed. “All you have to do is send all of the tokens to a wallet and then use the wallet’s airdrop mechanism to send tokens out of that wallet.” Ukraine Launches WORLD Token Airdrop on Ethereum. The tokens will be given to cryptocurrency users who donated to a Ukrainian war charity.

What started these NFT Tokens

Those who donated bitcoins to charities seeking to improve the lives of those harmed by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine would receive WORLD. Ukraine announced the airdrop Wednesday after receiving $33 million in various cryptocurrencies from international donors. Within hours of the airdrop announcement, more than $7 million in donations had been made.

The airdrop began on Thursday after it was revealed that Ukraine was seeding Uniswap liquidity pools with PEACE NFT tokens. Ukraine set up a Uniswap collection.

Also, read – Bitcoin donations are increasing as the Russia-Ukraine war proceeds

Bitcoin among the war

According to reports, Bitcoin has risen almost 25% since hitting lows under $34,500 a week ago, owing to increasing demand from Russia and Ukraine. According to the latest reports, Russians have gained control of the Ukrainian port city of Kherson, and a Ukrainian delegation is on its way to Belarus for the second round of ceasefire talks with their Russian counterparts.