The Ukrainian authorities have announced a hunt for cryptocurrencies that belong to Russian and Belarusian politicians and their surroundings.
Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Mikhail Fedorov promised pay a fee for any information about the wallets of officials who store digital assets. He offered the prime minister’s adviser to Artyom Afjan to send data on the croup repositories.
The Ukrainian crypto-community is ready to provide a generous reward for any information about the crypto-holdings of Russian and Belarusian politicians and their surroundings. War crimes must be prosecuted and punished!
By March 1, Afjan plans to publish information about addresses owned by politician. In addition, information about the wallets will be passed on to the exchanges and the Chainalysis analytical company for the blacklist.
On February 26, Fedorov announced the creation of an “Information Army” to carry out a hacking attacks on the Russian government’s website and the portal of large companies such as Gazprom and Lukoil. In addition, the IT unit is blocked by a YouTube channel, which according to the Ukrainian government disseminates false information about the course of the military operation.
We are creating an IT army. We need digital talent. All operational tasks will be assigned here: https://t.me/itarmyofurraine. We continue to fight on the cyber front.
Meanwhile, Startup DMarket, based in Ukraine, is severing all relations with Russia and Belarus due to the invasion of Ukraine. Mikhail Fedorov commented.
The platform for trading NFT and In-game Metaverse items, has decided to freeze the accounts of users from the Russian Federation and Belarus. Funds from these accounts could be used for war efforts. Bravo.