Ringers #621

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There are an almost infinite number of ways to wrap a string around a set of pegs. On the surface it may seem like a simple concept but prepare to be surprised and delighted at the variety of combinations the algorithm can produce. Each output from 'Ringers' is derived from a unique transaction hash and generated in Javascript in the browser. Feature variations include peg count, sizing, layout, wrap orientation, and a few colorful flourishes for good measure. Additional project feature(s) => Background: Red, Size: Normal, Wrap orientation: Balanced, Wrap style: Loop, Peg layout: Recursive grid, Peg scaling: Uniform, Body: White, Peg style: Solid, Extra color: N/A, Peg count: 23
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NFT Time: 31 Jan 2021 - TBA
Dates: Start: 31 Jan 2021
End actual: 29 Sept 2021
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Exit Price: 2,048,460.00 USD
Lots to sell: 1
Lots sold: 1
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