Alotta
Money

Weird Economy
Digital Artwork (1 of 1)
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This license gives the owner the right to use, copy, distribute, publish, exploit and display the Cryptograph for non-commercial purposes
Issue Number:
51
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This Cryptograph is the 51st to be minted, and the media was created on Sat Aug 08 2020 at 5:39:00 PM GMT
Minting Block:
10766278
Weird Economy
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Weird Economy
Alotta Money’s Cryptograph is a GIF artwork displaying a front cover of a comic that he has invented called ‘Weird Economy’. The central part of the artwork depicts a superhero-like character called ‘Vitalika’ standing up to what appears to be a cyborg military man who is calling Vitalika a shitcoiner and threatening him with drones. His Cryptograph is full of humour, meaning, crypto imagery and symbolism. It is playing on both peoples ignorance about crypto and blockchain but also on many of the strongly held views that people who do know a lot about this technology currently have. His Cryptograph is supporting Many Hopes whose mission is to rescue vulnerable children from poverty and abuse.
Alotta Money
Alotta Money is a pioneering crypto artist and ‘NFT Machine’ who produces a wide range of digital art. His work is often a trippy mixture of anarchic, cyberdelic, nonsensical and humorously subversive art. He is a fan of sci-fi and is perhaps best known for his unique memes and the twitter banner art that he made for John McAfee’s presidential campaign. His work can be found on many of the major crypto art platforms out there today and he is also a renowned architect within the Cryptovoxels metaverse.

Learn more about Alotta Money:
https://alottamoney.com/
https://twitter.com/money_alotta

Who This Cryptograph Supports
Many Hopes



Many Hopes rescues children from poverty and abuse and raises them with an imagination for justice and the tools to act on it. We educate local children to solve the problems that charity alone cannot.
Many Hopes
Many Hopes rescues children from poverty and abuse and raises them with an imagination for justice and the tools to act on it. We educate local children to solve the problems that charity alone cannot.