While Americans are waiting for the official results of the Election Academy, a non-fungible token (NFT) backed by a blockchain called “Crossroad” will become one of the two animations of the 45th US President Donald Trump. The animated election-based “Crossroad” NFT was recently sold to a user named “Pablo” for a high price of $66,666.

Irreplaceable tokens are very popular in 2020, and many digital art works supported by blockchain have been sold to collectors. Just recently, blockchain art was auctioned at Christie’s New York’s popular public auction house. NFT’s artwork “Block 21” was sold to a collector for $131,250. Ten days ago, the NFT work “Beeple” designed by the artist was sold for $66,666, and this digital artwork is very unique.

The artwork is called “Crossroads” and it depicts Joe Biden and President Donald Trump wearing no clothes. The two seem to be fighting, and they all seem to be floating in space. Now, NFT is unique because according to the official result of the election, artwork will transition to something else.

Blockchain-backed election art was sold for $66,000, and the animation changed after the election college made a decision

For example, if the election college or the Supreme Court confirms that Biden is the winner, the picture will show Trump lying naked on the ground and covered in graffiti. If Trump happens to ignore all his possibilities, and he wins on December 14, 2020, the NFT will become a muscular Trump wearing a crown and jogging in hell.

Now, many readers may wonder why the NFT will change in the future, because mainstream media such as the Associated Press and other news outlets call Biden the expected winner. However, the media did not really call the winner, and it has never been so in the past.

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For example, during the 2000 U.S. election, the mainstream media thought that Al Gore had won the election, which drove them into chaos. NBC’s Tom Brokaw said at the time: “Our faces are not just eggs.” After almost all news media got it wrong, he added: “We have an omelet.”

On December 14, during the electoral college meeting, a decision can be made that Trump still wins the presidency of the United States. On December 12, 2000, the Supreme Court ruled that George W. Bush won the 2000 game, but Al Gore did not.

In this special presidential campaign, Trump accused the other side of election fraud, but he did not acknowledge Biden’s apparent victory. Trump’s campaign filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania federal court on Tuesday to try to prevent officials from proving the results of the game.

“Watch out for large-scale vote counting abuse,” Donald Trump Tweet Trump added: “On November 10, “just like an early vaccine, remember I told you.” In addition, Attorney General William Barr has begun investigating “significant allegations of voter fraud.” “.

Therefore, the owner of the “Crossroad” NFT created by Beeple may see a completely different animation in mid-December. At the time of release, the blockchain artwork was auctioned again by its current owner “Pablo”.

What do you think of the “crossroads” blockchain art based on Biden and Trump’s presidential campaign? Let us know in the comments section below.

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