Crypto Toy Coin

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This piece represents the creation of a new "Visual Toy", a term created by me to encompass my unique and exclusive GIF-Arts. The latter, "Crypto Toy Coin" is the only and first in the cryptocurrency theme. In it I represent the fast-paced world of finance in the virtual environment, the Internet with its universe of colors and infinite visual impact, an optimistic and exciting future, a world of possibilities that opens before us. These "Visual Toys" invite you to imagine, that is their function, that is the game. The ultimate goal is that you imagine, that it is you who gives it meaning. There are no good or bad answers, just the projection of each one. I've only created the trigger, the piece where you can project your imagination and let it fly.
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NFT Time: 09 Apr 2020 - TBA
Dates: Start: 09 Apr 2020
End actual: 28 Nov 2020
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Exit Price: 1,500,100.00 USD
Lots to sell: 1
Lots sold: 1
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