Berlin NFT Art Print (Round 1, Game 2.3)
One-of-a-kind art print accompanied by Algorand NFT. The key image on the print is generated by artificial intelligence algorithm based on the FEN (final position) on the board during Round One of the FIDE Grand Prix taking place in Berlin, Germany.
The print is unique and is published as edition one of one. The image is a function of the chess position. Each print is accompanied by NFT on Algorand blockchain.
An NFT (non-fungible token) is a digital asset that exists on a blockchain, a record of transactions kept on networked computers. The blockchain serves as a public ledger, allowing anyone to verify the NFT's authenticity and who owns it.
The print and NFT are both collectors’ items. The print size is 24” x 36”. Perfect for framing, and shipped in an special tube. It’s unframed. Expertly printed on Hahnemühle archival art paper.
The print will be exhibited during the Grand Prix and will be shipped to the owner after February 17, 2022.
You can read more about the project and the collection here.
Please note that the image on your print will differ from the one shown here because each image is unique and will be generated after the game is played. The edition will not be reproduced.
You will receive one of 8 games in the round (you cannot pick a specific game).