Generative art NFTs don’t need a use case, roadmap, airdrops, or even a community. They’re fun to collect and are an increasingly popular subset of NFTs.
Instead, a buyer or collector can pick one up because they admire the artwork, like how it’s created or what it represents. Notable platforms for acquiring generative art include Art Blocks, Gen.art, and Async. But the concept of generative art has been around for decades.
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