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This is “Transaction’s Alphabet” from 2022

TransactionArt
Transaction – simple bank or business operation.

Why should I pursue for a million when I can rule the transaction art world?

We are children of war. War is money, money has no face.
It’s as simple as the Transaction, we are the children of the Transaction, we are the children with hidden faces.

Reading the code of the matrix, with whom or what you can make a deal,
conduct a Transaction in order to gain a foothold in modern society.

The heroes of the transaction world – living and dead, people and animals,
– are deprived of Transaction codes, like mirrors, they absorb and reflect
everything that happens in the “black mirror”.
They are extras and observers, they are the children of the Transaction, they are hidden faces. -{$M}
Transaction art has an official language, the alphabet consists of all world currencies symbols, pronounced as Hebrew.
Before the title of each work, you can see codes consisting of numbers, signs, and letters. This is a reference to accounting. When the product arrives at the warehouse, it receives an individual code. When a product changes warehouse, the digital code also changes. The same happens with the codes in front of each title of the artwork.

The main heroes of the Transaction Art world are people with hidden faces and strange animals.

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  1. TaylorGardner

    Ethereum was the first blockchain to support NFTs with its ERC-721 standard and this is currently the most widely used. Many other blockchains have added or plan to add support for NFTs even tiktok launches first creatorled nft collection! This would enable event organizers or performers to garner royalties on resales. In the video, Tomas uses a sledgehammer to destroy a state-sponsored Lithuanian plaque located on the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences honoring Nazi war criminal Jonas Noreika. In 2020, CryptoKitties developer Dapper Labs released the NBA TopShot project, which allowed the purchase of NFTs linked to basketball highlights. In November 2021, film director Quentin Tarantino released seven NFTs based on uncut scenes of Pulp Fiction.

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