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They are apparently having a civilized divorce so they’ve ordered one each plus 3 for the kids

If Colnago really only made one of these, it is going to cause a moerse fight, even between the computer nerds.

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As a fan of art-bikes, I simply cannot fault the conceptualization of this - and it works from an aesthetic point of view also! Damn, I wish I was Bill Gates................no, wait, then the wife would want half of my prescious.

You will have enough left to buy this after she has taken her half..

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Jeez I didn't read this correctly - I thought there was a bike in the mix

 

A digital artwork of a bike?  I love Colnagos but I'll just get DJR to sketch me one rather - I'll send him some coloured pencils

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Jeez I didn't read this correctly - I thought there was a bike in the mix

 

A digital artwork of a bike?  I love Colnagos but I'll just get DJR to sketch me one rather - I'll send him some coloured pencils

 I'm searching the classidieds for a frame and talking to Jared as I type ............. gonna build this............ :ph34r: ;)

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Jeez I didn't read this correctly - I thought there was a bike in the mix

 

A digital artwork of a bike? I love Colnagos but I'll just get DJR to sketch me one rather - I'll send him some coloured pencils

It talks about a carbon frame so I’m still confused as to it’s a print or a frame[emoji85][emoji15]

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It talks about a carbon frame so I’m still confused as to it’s a print or a frame[emoji85][emoji15]

It's an NFT. That's a digital form.

 

My understanding is that an NFT cannot be a physical object as it's value would instantly be eroded. In that it could then be copied, modified, altered, etc.

 

A non-fungible token (NFT) (previously referred to as Bitcoin 2.0) is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable. NFTs can be used to represent items such as photos, videos, audio, and other types of digital files.

 

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It's an NFT. That's a digital form.

 

My understanding is that an NFT cannot be a physical object as it's value would instantly be eroded. In that it could then be copied, modified, altered, etc.

So, for the digital "art bike" to exist in a blockchain and have real value, the real bike needs to be destroyed. ******* stupid if you ask an old analog dog like me! 

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It's an NFT. That's a digital form.

 

My understanding is that an NFT cannot be a physical object as it's value would instantly be eroded. In that it could then be copied, modified, altered, etc.

A NFT can be the digital image as well as the physical 'artwork' itself. Unfortunately not the case here
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It's an NFT. That's a digital form.

 

My understanding is that an NFT cannot be a physical object as it's value would instantly be eroded. In that it could then be copied, modified, altered, etc.

My kids explained how it all works.Guess we learn something new all the time.

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