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Art Blocks is a first of its kind platform focused on genuinely programmable on demand generative content that is stored immutably on the Ethereum Blockchain. You pick a style that you like, pay for the work, and a randomly generated version of the content is created by an algorithm and sent to your Ethereum account. The resulting piece might be a static image, 3D model, or an interactive experience. Each output is different and there are endless possibilities for the types of content that can be created on the platform.
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NFT Time: 31 Jan 2021 - TBA
Dates: Start: 31 Jan 2021
End actual: 03 Oct 2021
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Exit Price: 6,891,020.00 USD
Lots to sell: 1
Lots sold: 1
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