To help the cause and hope for peace in Ukraine, PIST TRUST and Sejo Asset have jointly donated $10,000 worth to the Ukraine government.
PIST TRUST, a high-performance Mainnet project who is driving the ecosystem for interconnected Dapp and Sejo Asset, a crypto-native venture capital decided to make a joint donation to help the cause “NO WAR IN UKRAINE”
The donation is being made all over the world since 2022, February of 26th by the Ukrainian government official on Twitter. The donation can be contributed with cryptocurrency Bitcoin, Ethereum, and USDT.
The donations have already reached over 18.9 million in cryptocurrency and many people are showing their care and support the people of Ukraine to overcome the difficult situation they are in.
The donation was made on the 28th together with Sejo Asset with a based cryptocurrency worth 10,000 US dollars to the digital address of Ukraine Government.
As the Co-Founder of Sejo Asset, Jaewon SHIN, said the actions that Ukrainian officials appealed and received donations of cryptocurrency on social media, which once again proved the cross-border significance and grand use of Web 3.0.
“We are all in pursuit of peace, and we are all strongly opposed to war and violence to solve problems, said SHIN, “and as a part of the Web3.0 ecosystem, we are willing to do our best to promote peace.”
To add, PIST TRUST believes that with this donation, we hope that we can lighten the burden of the Ukrainian people who are going through treacherous war and express that we all oppose war for peace around the world.
About PIST TRUST
PIST TRUST is a high-performance Mainnet project supporting various digital assets, decentralized applications, and blockchain services.
PIST TRUST is currently in strategic partnership with Standard Protocol, MAP Protocol, and Idavoll Network for cross-chain interoperability.
Lastly, PIST Mainnet will introduce a new paradigm for Mainnet ecosystems by building the infrastructure to CeFi, DeFi, NFT, Game-Fi, and Metaverse along with application interoperability via a built-in cross-chain bridge.