Generative art

What does Generative art means?

Generative art is digital art that creates itself continuously through artificial intelligence. Generally, a programmed system automatically generates these artworks—of course, with an added effort of a digital artist. And most NFTs today are products of generative artworks, requiring little to no human intervention to determine the features of an NFT.


Popular NFTs like the Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC), Okay Bears, DeGods NFT, and Moonly NFT are all examples of generative arts.

Random Slangs

Verified contract

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Diamond hands

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Ring Signature

It’s a digital signing or agreement made by any member of a particular group—on behalf of the entire group (ring). Ring signature, however, ensures that

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