Nothing says “BTFD!” like the Gigachad, with a zippo lighter and a fist full of fiat candy bar wrappers, this Moon Boy has cash to burn as fast as the FED prints it.
The Story So Far
Once upon a time, an NFT artist created a one-of-a-kind pixelated design of Michael Saylor, the CEO of MicroStrategy, as a tribute to his dedication to Bitcoin. The NFT featured a pixelated Michael sitting on a rocket with a zippo lighter and a fist full of fiat money he was setting to burn as Bitcoin swallowed all the wealth in the world.
The artist had never approached Michael for permission or collaboration, but the NFT quickly gained a following among Bitcoin enthusiasts. Fans loved the ‘Gigachad’ character and the message it conveyed about the power of Bitcoin.
When Michael first saw the NFT, he was surprised and a little taken aback. He had never heard of the artist, and he wasn’t sure how to feel about being the subject of an NFT without his permission. But as he looked closer at the design, he began to see something special in it.
The NFT was a tribute to Michael’s dedication to Bitcoin and his vision of a world where it had replaced fiat currency as the dominant force in the global economy. It was a testament to his passion and his belief that Bitcoin was the future.
Despite his initial reservations, Michael began to embrace the NFT as a piece of digital art that paid tribute to his life’s work. He even shared the NFT on his social media accounts, thanking the artist for creating such a beautiful design.
As the NFT gained more attention, the artist finally came forward and introduced themselves to Michael. They explained that they had created the design as a tribute to Michael’s work, and that they were thrilled to see that it had been well-received by his fans.
Michael was touched by the artist’s words, and he realized that the NFT was more than just a piece of digital art. It was a reminder of the impact that he had on the world of cryptocurrency, and it was a testament to the creativity and talent of the artist who had brought his vision to life.
Together, Michael and the artist decided to auction off the NFT, with a portion of the proceeds going to a charity that supported Bitcoin education and adoption. The auction was a huge success, and the NFT sold for a record-breaking price.
As Michael watched the bidding war unfold, he felt grateful for the support of his fans and the talent of the artist who had created the NFT. He knew that it was a piece of digital art that he would treasure forever, and he was proud to have played a small role in its creation.
In the end, the NFT became more than just a tribute to Michael’s life’s work. It was a symbol of the power of Bitcoin and the passion of its supporters, and it was a reminder that even the smallest gestures of appreciation can make a big impact on the world.
Listed on OpenSea.io under Contract Address 0x2953399124f0cbb46d2cbacd8a89cf0599974963, this NFT is a part of the A:\1 series. Yes, the series is named after the 5¼-inch floppy disc from way back in the 286 days.
Check out this post for a run down on gameplay. See the Properties and Levels on OpenSea below for this NFT and how it can fit into your deck and attack strategy.
Additional NFT Specifications
- Size: 888 pixels by 888 pixels
- File: JPG
- Resample: Bicubic Automatic
- Color Space: Convert to sRGB
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