Gordon Gekko. Yep, that Gordon Gekko. The “greed is good” Gordon Gekko from the Wall Street movie.

What does he have to do with bitcoin? Well, not much in the real world, that’s for sure. But if there were a real Gordon Gekko among us today, he’d be long up to his eyeballs.

Bud Fox: Bitcoin is horseshit!
Gordon Gekko: Bitcoin never sleeps, pal.
Bud Fox
: So tell me, Gordon: how and when will this all end? How many yachts can you water-ski behind? How much is enough?
Gordon Gekko
: It’s not a question of enough, pal. It’s a zero-sum game: somebody wins, somebody loses. Money itself isn’t lost or made, it’s simply transferred from one perception to another. Like magic.

Interested in a good deal? Here’s an idea: Exchange your old, clunky cell phone from the 80s (aka the “mobile phone brick”) for one our “Wall Street” NFTs — limited to XLII pieces across the entire galaxy!

And always remember:

Lunch is for wimps!



Product Details & Notes

  • Strictly limited edition (42 pieces).

  • Physical print not included.
  • The definition of a non-fungible token (NFT) is data stored on a digital ledger (blockchain) which certifies the digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable (non fungible).

  • NFTs are like any other physical collector’s item, but instead of receiving a painting (or print) to hang on your wall, the artist can use the endless capabilities of the digital space as their brush, and you get to purchase, own, and trade that digital artwork.

  • The technological breakthrough via blockchain is that digital art and collectibles can now have provenance, or “proof of authenticity” — a feature that was previously impossible.

  • Unlike traditional physical art, each time the NFT is sold, the blockchain records that transaction and the original artist is paid a percentage of the sale.