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Ukraine is stepping up its efforts to monitor Russian politicians’ cryptocurrency wallets.

On Saturday, the Ukrainian government encouraged the people of the country to share any lead on information regarding Russian and Belarusian politicians’ crypto wallets. Ukraine continues to fight against Russia to defend itself after Russia launched a military operation against its neighboring country Ukraine on Thursday.

Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykhailo Fedorov took to Twitter. To share that the crypto community of Ukraine is all set to provide rewards to anyone who will share the information regarding Russian and Belarusian politicians’ crypto wallets. He also wrote War crimes must be hunted and punished.

The funding of the reward for providing Russian and Belarusian politicians’ crypto wallets will be done by private donations and not by the Ukrainian government, said the Ukrainian lawyer, Artem Afian.

Artem Afian did not mention anything about how much the donation has been collected so far. However, he did mention that the donation had been made mostly in bitcoin, Ether, and some other cryptocurrencies, according to Bloomberg’s report.

The Ukrainian lawyer, Artem Afian, clarified that he is looking specifically for major politicians that have crypto wallets that match with the crypto wallet addresses they are using.

He said he has gotten about 500 tips so far regarding this. He is planning to drop a list of aforesaid addresses probably in the next few days and said that he will also be sharing these with some top crypto exchanges. He also added that we want to tell them that we will not be welcoming them in Ukraine or crypto.

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