Richtext: Porygon Promo
In Japan, this card was available as an Unnumbered Promotional card through the Pokémon Card Fan Club from April 2000 until the end of December 2002. In order to obtain it, members had to earn a total of 700 GET Points. This card features the Pokémon Card Fan Club "GET" campaign logo in place of an expansion symbol.
Richtext: Euler Beats
Imagine music as mathematical art on an NFT substrate. This is EulerBeats. The Euler Record is a limited edition set of algorithmically generated art + music based on the Euler number and the Euler's totient function. Genesis (27 NFTs) and Enigma (27 NFTs) are two sides of the Euler Record. The EulerBeats smart contract extends the ERC-1155 Ethereum multi-token standard to create non-fungible unique original tokens and a set of fungible print tokens for each original. Both releases share a common mathematical basis, but differ in art, music, and bonding curve structures. Each original NFT has a limited set of prints priced on a bonding curve.
The pricing of the Genesis prints and the redemption value of the burned print are set on the bonding curve. The burn prices vary based on the current supply. A print token burn yields 90% of the cost of printing the nth print. Burning reduces the current supply to n - 1. For the Genesis print tokens, a user must first approve the request to burn and then perform the actual burn of the token. The request approval only needs to be done once.