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When repairs were made on several Blockchain networks, several transaction records led to digital artifacts in the form of image files in a peer-to-peer network of decentralized file storage systems, namely IPFS (Filecoin), and Arweave (Ar). Some of these digital artifacts are assets from the Non-Fungible Token (NFT) collection of CryptoPunks (48.2), CryptoKitties (48.1), and ⁠Screen Croots (47).
Those digital artifacts can be used for nothing today. Only lines of if-then function code, its metadata, and transaction data can provide some information.
The first information comes from the smart contract that minted the CryptoPunks (48.2) NFTs. It is known that the smart contract is an update of the previous smart contract which was found to have an if-then function error in one line of code.
One line of if-then function code in a smart contract can emerge a new smart contract, the information from that issue causes a consciousness of very big philosophical curiosity in the minds of those who find it.
Soon those who found the digital artifacts became enthusiastic as they aware that each thing couldn't be interchanged with each other since each of them is unique, even if it was as little as a line of if-then function code.
The second information comes from the metadata of the digital artifact of the CryptoKitties (48.1) NFTs collection. This obtained information raised awareness about how at that time these non-fungible tokens' utilization potential had already begun to be implemented.
The uniqueness written on the metadata of the CryptoKitties (48.1) NFTs not only makes them can't be interchangeable but also makes them worth more than anyone who found them could ever have thought.
The third information comes from the transaction data of the Screen Croots (47) NFT collection which provides information that once upon a time there was a Creator who used the remnants of his life to create NFT's assets, even though it was just a screenshot file, the Creator can make it valuable.
That information is clearly visible in the transaction history made by the Creator's address of the ⁠Screen Croots (47). The Creator made the Screen Croots (47) not as something worth trading. It's just a manifestation of an effort to Play, Learn, and Work to take advantage of the NFT technology function on the Polygon Blockchain network. This effort made the Creator survive and remain not hungry, and it was concluded that the Creator at that time could continue to maintain the sanity of his intelligence.
That information and conclusions today make the Screen Croots (47) as the Genesis guidance to foster the belief that miracles can happen, that nothing can be something, something useful, and something valuable more than anyone could ever have thought when there is an effort.
That belief made many people search, and dig up old blocks on various Blockchain networks to find transaction records and digital artifacts. They are competing to be able to find new guidance, so they really know how to work on making nothing into something. They are all today dubbed as Blockchain Archeologists.
Phenomena of sale and purchase transactions that make no sense for an NFT with digital artifacts in the form of a profile photo, or PFP, to suspicious liquidity fund circulation transactions under the guise of NFT trading, all have also been revealed thanks to the rampant search for transaction records on various Blockchain networks.
The nickname of the Creator today is also pinned to addresses on various Blockchain networks whose transaction history provides information and leads to conclusions that there is an effort to turn nothing into something.
Millions of addresses are declared as Creator. There are only thousands of Creator addresses that can be traced and found to be intact all of the digital artifacts of their NFT collection assets. All of that today becomes valuable guidance from the Creator for everyone who needs a miracle.