Art drawn with only cryptocurrency logos. Need I say more? Probably not, but I will. Konda, wielding one of the most creative and apropos styles in the budding crypto art scene, consistently drops tokens that have the potential to explode in value due to their originality and depth.
This is Konda’s third token, which was minted on January 22nd, 2021 and features none other than Satoshi Nakamoto. A Bitcoin symbol flashes behind the man with the same name of, and who was at one point mistaken for, the elusive Bitcoin creator in this 1/1 edition token.
Other than in a cryptic series of tweets, Elon Musk had not yet disclosed his support for the world’s first decentralized currency when this 1/1 token was created on January 19th, 2021. This is Konda’s second token, and being as how Elon Musk is such a big name in the crypto landscape now that Tesla has invested a whopping $1.5 Billion in the most-valuable-by-marketcap cryptocurrency, and also considering he now tweets often about cryptocurrency, this token could potentially attract significant attention if it became available on the secondary market.
In this edition of 24, Konda pays homage to one of basketball’s greatest. This emotional piece minted on January 19th 2021 is currently Konda’s best seller, and is his genesis token, as it was minted on the same day as Elon Musk, but several hours prior.
The meticulously crafted likeness of Drake in this token minted January 26th, 2021, appears first in his cover image on Twitter, so we have to assume it’s his favorite. The description also lets us know that this image is part of a series of “50 Top Rappers” which may further entice digital art collectors to scoop up this piece, since more artworks like this could bring further attention to Konda over time, increasing the value of this token, being how it was one of the first in the series to be minted. Unfortunately, he may never see this artwork, since as we know from Drake’s song Energy, “going online just ain’t part of [his] day.”
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