DePay presents it's own NFT collection
Artifacts that mankind used to exchange and store value, but that also always generated hatred, love, envy, greed, and generosity in people. Different materials, changing textures. Buried and dug up. Printed and burned. Tangible or just thin air? Ask yourself today: How do I define value and how far will I go for money? Timeless pieces which reflect mankind’s journey of wealth generation, the means by which it has been valued, traded, and safeguarded. Representing wealth has evolved over time. This is evident through the tales of history, the rise and fall of empires, the exploration of man into new worlds, and scientific progress. Various financial systems incorporated both physical and non-physical currencies, differentiating regions and economies from one another. Technology has been by far the greatest leap, challenging age-old metrics and philosophies as to how to best measure and trade “value”. The journey continues.
Ducat - AD 1681
Despite treacherous seas and heavy footsteps, Edward did not care if the treasure was haunted or not! Years of searching have brought him too far to turn back now. They need this haul to pay for food and supplies for future journeys.
Stone - 90,000 BC
Yaped knew: The raw meat will not keep for long. But before he eats rotten meat in this merciless forest, he prefers to exchange some of it for stones. He used them to kill more animals with his slingshot. Simple but effective.
Genesis Block - 100,000 BC
Again, he asked himself what “value” was for him. He closed the antique casket and the glow stopped. It was his source of inspiration. His destiny to disappear forever into the fog of anonymity. Only Satoshi’s ancestors knew that this block will be the source of inspiration for a new era.