Promin Aerospace is a Ukrainian rocketry startup with backing from Google among others. The company is working with the Meta History Museum to launch into space a collection of artworks about the war with Russia in the form of NFTs (non-fungible tokens). The team recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about the historical initiative, the ground breaking technology behind it and even what would it take to store the entire bitcoin blockchain in space.
Promin Aerospace is the world’s primary developer and manufacturer of advanced autophagic rocket propulsion. They’re bringing an entirely new type of rocket propulsion system to the market that will make it possible to create rockets that are at least 2 times more efficient than the current state-of-the-art. The company has received $6.5M of pre-orders for future products and services and has a team of 11 continuously working in their R&D facilities in Dnipro, Ukraine to upgrade the core technology.
Misha Rudominski, CEO, Promin Aerospace
Misha Rudominski, Co-founder & CEO at Promin Aerospace. Previously he with a team won an all-Canadian team competition by Space & Satellite Professionals International to create a communication system between Mars and Earth.
Lisa Bordun, Head of Legal, Promin
Lisa Bordun, Head of Legal at Promin. Law geek with specialization in space, MBA with two degrees in law (Ukraine, USA).
The Meta History NFT museum was created to commemorate the history of the current events in Ukraine, preserve the truth, and collect donations for humanitarian aid. Follow the latest developments from the charity NFT platform on Twitter.
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