On Monday, March 12, the National Bank of Ukraine introduces a commemorative coin "The Day of the Ukrainian Volunteer". This was reported by the press service of the bank.
The nominal value of the coin is 10 UAH, metal is a zinc-based alloy, the circulation is 1 million pieces.
"It is dedicated to the commitment, courage and heroism of the defenders of independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine - to the participants of volunteer organizations, which became the pride of the Ukrainian people," the message says.
On the obverse of the coin there are: at the top on a relief background - inscription "Ukraine," under which is the small National Emblem of Ukraine, to the left and to the right of which the figures of the year of coinage – 2018. In the center, there is a stylized composition: above the crossed swords, symbolizes rebirth; below there is a logo of the Banknote printing and Minting department of the National Bank of Ukraine and a semicircular denomination - "ten hryvnias".
On the reverse of the coin, on a relief background, there is a map of Ukraine with the inscription "Who if not us"; the inscription "Day of the Ukrainian Volunteer" is on the circle line.
As it was reported earlier a study of Ukrainian officials’ income declarations conducted by Opendatabot revealed that 57 civil servants had declared more than 21,000 bitcoins (BTC) as intangible assets over the period of the previous two years. The majority of cryptocurrency holders turned out to be members of the Odesa regional council and the National Parliament of Ukraine. Another study finds that in 2017, the most cryptocurrency declared by Ukrainian officials was bitcoin cash, according to Bitcoin.com.
The National Bank of Ukraine currently does not recognize bitcoin or any other cryptocurrencies as legitimate means of payment. A number of bills regarding the regulation of cryptocurrencies in Ukraine have been submitted, but none of them was adopted.