On March 2, 2022, Ukraine's official Twitter account announced that those who donated cryptocurrencies to the government's official wallets will be eligible to participate in an airdrop.

The move came shortly after Ukraine had raised over $30 million in a range of cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), tether (USDT), polkadot (DOT) and others.

Although Ukraine's Twitter account confirmed that the airdrop will happen, it didn't specify what exactly will get those who donated crypto to the Ukrainian government. But things went sketchy after TRON founder Justin Sun accused the Ukrainian government of "UNFAIR" airdrop that "completely" ignored TRON participants.

After Sun raised alarm over how the Ukrainian authorities were going to airdrop the whatever-they-were-going-to-distribute, Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykhailo Fedorov wrote on Twitter there won't be airdrop at all.

Instead, the Ukrainian government plans to announce another funding round with non-fungible tokens (NFTs) soon. At the same time, Fedorov highlighted that the government "doesn't have any plans to issue any fungible tokens." Read also: How TikTok, Reddit, Facebook and others fence off from Russian propaganda