Russian soldiers offered Bitcoin in exchange for peace

Russian soldiers surrendering to Ukraine will receive 5 million rubles (US$45,000) worth of crypto or cash, according to Masha Efrosinina, local TV host and honorary ambassador of the United Nations Population Fund in Ukraine. 

Fast facts

  • Efrosinina said in an Instagram post that surrendering soldiers of the Russian military will receive 5 million rubles (US$45,000) in cryptocurrency or fiat, and an amnesty after trial. 
  • The offer comes from The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine and the global IT community, according to Efrosinina.
  • According to the Ukrainian ambassador to the U.S., a Russian platoon that surrendered on Feb. 24 was unaware that they were being sent to kill Ukrainians. 
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin launched a “special military operation” on Thursday, leaving at least 240 civilian casualties and at least 64 dead, according to the United Nations. 
  • Cryptocurrencies have been a popular instrument to provide financial aid to the defending nation, with the Ukrainian government collecting over US$9.5 million in crypto donations via BitcoinEther and USDT, as of press time. 

Source: forkast.news

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