🧐 In case you missed it...
Here are 8 things worth sharing from the generative and crypto art world...
Happy Monday, everyone!
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Let’s get started with the generative and crypto art weekly digest…
We are a truly international community with readers across 132 countries and all US States! Wow!
I spent last week finalizing details for the Blind Gallery and previewing the 4 generative collections that will be minted on fxhash. Here are some previews…
2. Ciudad Central by ?
A celebration of colors, forms, and memories...
3. FraKtuR by ?
Inspired by Chinese porcelain makers from the 12th century to the Song period...
4. Brutal Infection by ?
Decay, apathy, detachment - evolution, emergence, life.
5. The Dance of the Machines by ?
Could devices, robots, and humans be united, and get lost in the beauty of a dance?
If you are a Blind Gallery Club member, you can claim your reserves here.
The public sale will start tomorrow (on remaining Mint Passes) at 9 pm CET / 3 pm EST on fxhash.
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6. QQL seed marketplace is live, meaning you can buy and sell seeds for the QQL Mint Passes.
If you don’t know what QQL is, learn more here.
7. There has been a lot of debate and confusion regarding onchain NFTs and the difference between Tezos and Ethereum in this regard.
Claus Wilke did a great job summarizing both topics and sharing his opinion.
8. NFT Paris will happen between the 24th and 25th of February, featuring a fantastic lineup of speakers.
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I’ll be in Paris; feel free to reach out if you will be there too. It is always fun and exciting to meet readers at real-life events!
Until next time,
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