Weird vitalik nft

GeekDima/status/1491504705255653376

He’s absolutely right! We have the weirdest pfp in the metaverse and our community already loves it! Also, we are the biggest community of Vitaliks in the NFT market!

Our plan is to get noticed by famous NFT enthusiasts and the actual crypto universe creator – Vitalik Buterin! Once our mint stage is over we will send BWVC #1 NFT to Vitalik’s wallet!

How Big is the team and what are their roles?

1 – owner (myself)

2 – remote artists

1 – remote PR distributor

5 – discord moderators

What is the price?

0.03 ETH

Why is that price fair?

We checked other NFTs’ projects and compared the prices which are normally much higher than our mint price, therefore we believe our price is fairly cheap considering how much effort we invested to draw this unique digital art.


Putin stated that he “supported the idea of establishing ties with possible Russian partners”.[39]

Work with Glen Weyl

Buterin came into contact with economist Glen Weyl after tweeting about Weyl’s proposal for a new wealth tax.[40] The two then wrote a manifesto Liberation Through Radical Decentralization, where they highlighted the common ground between Buterin’s work on cryptocurrencies and Weyl’s work on market-based solutions to social problems.[41] Collaborating with Zoe Hitzig, a PhD student at Harvard, they published a paper in 2019 entitled A Flexible Design for Funding Public Goods.

El mayor de estos mercados, OpenSea, es la aplicación de Ethereum más utilizada en los últimos 30 días, según DappRadar, con más de 360.000 usuarios y 2.300 millones de dólares en volumen de operaciones.

El año pasado, Buterin dijo que las NFT eran el caso de uso que más le sorprendía. En marzo, aclaró que no “odiaba a los monos”, sino que estaba a favor de financiar bienes públicos en lugar de participar en la especulación del mercado de NFT.

Pero Buterin sugiere que tiene que tomar lo bueno junto con lo malo, diciendo que se da cuenta de “que esas cosas son una gran parte de lo que mantiene las criptomonedas funcionando y paga por todos mis experimentos favoritos de DAO/gobernanza.”

Las DAO son grupos de personas que gestionan fondos y/o un protocolo tecnológico mediante el uso de votaciones tokenizadas sobre una blockchain.

He mentioned us on Twitter! In his own words, “BWVC is arguably the weirdest pfp initiative I’ve come across.”

Mind-blowing right?

You should have seen the reaction of our Bored Weird Vitaliks to this news; they were all over the moon.

Our goal is to gain the attention of prominent NFT supporters, including Vitalik Buterin, the man credited with inventing the cryptographic universe. BWVC #1 NFT will be sent to Vitalik’s wallet after our mint stage is completed.

Final words

Our Boring Weird Vitaliks will be here for the foreseeable future.
We’ve established a set of benchmarks for our progress.

OBE NEWSWIRE) — (via Blockchain Wire) We like to think weirdos are usually bored. So let’s take this thought and mix it with some images of Vitalik Buterin, the founder of Ethereum blockchain, what do we have?

A new NFT initiative called Bored Weird Vitalik Club or BWVC for short.

Buying a Bored Vitalik is more than just acquiring an avatar or a unique piece of art to show off.
You’re joining a club whose perks and features will only grow in the future. You may use your Bored Weird Vitalik as a digital key to gain access to many digital doors and online resources.

That really does sound interesting! Well, let’s see what Bored Weird Vitalik is all about.

A very short background narrative

Before these carefully crafted Bored Weird Vitaliks came into existence, we had weird and pixelated Vitaliks in a rocket somewhere in the blockchain universe.

Виталий Дмитриевич БутеринBorn(1994-01-31) 31 January 1994 (age 28)NationalityCanadian Montenegrin[1]EducationUniversity of Waterloo (dropped out)Known forEthereum, Bitcoin MagazineAwardsThiel FellowshipScientific careerFieldsDigital contracts, digital currencies, game theoryWebsitevitalik.ca

Vitaly DmitriyevichVitalikButerin (Russian: Виталий Дмитриевич Бутерин; born 31 January 1994) is a Canadian programmer and writer who is best known as one of the co-founders of Ethereum. Buterin became involved with cryptocurrency early in its inception, co-founding Bitcoin Magazine in 2011.[2][3][4] In 2014, Buterin launched Ethereum with Gavin Wood, Charles Hoskinson, Anthony Di Iorio and Joseph Lubin.[5][6][7]

Early life and education

Buterin was born in Kolomna, Russia.

Along the way, the Pixel Vitaliks got caught up in a Polygon space-time swirl and evolved into their new form. They were sucked into the Ethereum universe by the Polygon space-time swirl, and they’re still trying to find their way back to the moon so they can land there.

What is the BWVC?

BWVC features a collection of 10,000 Bored Vitalik Buterin NFTs.

Currently, the Ethereum blockchain is home to these rare digital collectibles. Each Bored Vitalik has been painstakingly sketched and constructed, then generated by an algorithm to create custom artworks.

Remember how we suggested that Bored Vitalik may be used as a digital key to open intriguing digital doors? We really did mean it.

Your Bored Vitalik serves as both your membership card and your key to THE MOON BAR, which is only accessible to Moon Club members.

Oops, we forgot to tell you.

  • ^

    Tapscott, Don; Tapscott, Alex (2016-05-07). The Blockchain Revolution: How the Technology Behind Bitcoin is Changing Money, Business, and the World. Portfolio. ISBN 978-0670069972.

  • ^Leising 2021, pp.

    129.

  • ^

    Leising, Matthew (2021). Out of the Ether: the amazing story of Ethereum and the $55 million heist that almost destroyed it all (First ed.). Hoboken, NJ. p. 313. ISBN 978-1119602934.

  • ^“Alumni”.

    Abelard School. Archived from the original on 2020-09-28. Retrieved 2021-02-07.

  • ^Paumgarten, Nick (15 October 2018).
    The Prophets of Cryptocurrency Survey the Boom and Bust”. The New Yorker. Archived from the original on 9 January 2020.
    Retrieved 20 August 2019.
  • ^Peck, Morgen. “The Uncanny Mind That Built Ethereum”. WIRED.
  • ^Good, Owen (4 October 2021).
  • What’s more, he also spoke about his desire to make his project more Bitcoin-like.

    Some have taken this to mean Ethereum’s transition from Proof-of-Work (PoW) to Proof-of-Stake (Pos) is proving more difficult than expected.

    Speculation is mounting that Buterin wants to develop on Bitcoin instead.

    Trouble at Ethereum?

    Last month, Ethereum Protocol Dev Tim Beiko said the Merge would not happen in June, as previously announced.

    The Merge refers to merging the concurrently running PoW and PoS chains. This event represents a significant milestone in completing the ConsenSys layer (ETH 2.0).

    Bitcoin Weekly after meeting a person on a bitcoin forum in order to earn bitcoin.[18] The owner offered five bitcoin (about $3.50 at the time) to anyone who would write an article for him.[19] Buterin wrote for the site until its website shut down soon thereafter due to insufficient revenue.[20] In September 2011, Mihai Alisie reached out to Buterin about starting a new print publication called Bitcoin Magazine, a position which Buterin would accept as the first co-founder, and contribute to as a leading writer.[18]

    Bitcoin Magazine in 2012 later began publishing a print edition and has been referred to as the first serious publication dedicated to cryptocurrencies.[21] While working for Bitcoin Magazine, Buterin reached out to Jed McCaleb for a job at Ripple who accepted.[22] However, their proposed employment fell apart after Ripple was unable to support a U.S.

    Ethereum to be “more Bitcoin-like,” some suspect Buterin wants to leave Ethereum to work on Bitcoin.

    Contradiction between my desire to see Ethereum become a more Bitcoin-like system emphasizing long-term stability and stability, including culturally, and my realization that getting there requires quite a lot of active coordinated short-term change.

    — vitalik.eth (@VitalikButerin) May 17, 2022

    The CEO of Bitcoin Magazine, David Bailey, commented that such a move was far from being on his “2022 Bingo card.”

    Vitalik bouncing from ethereum to work on Bitcoin was not on my 2022 Bingo card.

    — David Bailey🇵🇷 #FreeRoss (@DavidFBailey) May 17, 2022

    Commitment to Transparency: The author of this article is invested and/or has an interest in one or more assets discussed in this post.

    With respect to the “bundle of rights” that constitute property laws in the United States, Parcel 0’s NFT separates the control portion of rights (governance) while expanding the rights of use and enjoyment (use ).

    CityDAO explained the relevance of this new phase and why it should be of interest to any DAO enthusiast curious about innovation:

    “Property rights are at the heart of building cities, economic growth and the prosperity of individuals. CityDAO seeks to understand and experiment with the distribution of property rights; so the more CityDAO understands how the distribution of property rights affects the real world, the more it can look for new ways to share control and power over the places we live and hopefully create a more just and equitable future.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published.