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Anton Molnar launches his 1st and only NFT

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Putting the unknown father of Bitcoin Satoshi Nakamoto on canvas, Hungarian artist Anton Molnar has launched his only NFT (non-fungible token), which the Hungarian crypto community can bid for on the OpenSea.io auction site. 

The auction of the token for the painting "Netuddki" is available at https://bit.ly/30t37JB

Commenting on the launch of the auction, Anton Molnar said, "Blockchain technology is taking over contemporary art today, creating not only a financial revolution but also an investment revolution. So why is the Satoshi portrait my only NFT digital artwork? The answer is simple: like my life, my artwork is unique and unrepeatable, and my digital handprint is no different!"

"Netuddki!" NFT follows a path completely independent of the physical work. The original oil painting will be unveiled on November 23 in Budapest within the framework of an event organized by Dlabs.

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