The Museum of Robot Art Presents The Trait of the Day: Ruthenium
They’re urban, they’re fantasy, they’re futuristic, some have human-like ‘skiin' and others are encrusted in diamonds and crystals or rare gems and filigree, taking the fine jewelry aesthetic to a new higher level.
Ruthenium Rainbow Bots are superlative quality bots discernable by their iridescence, and their Precious Alloy trait value: Ruthenium.
Ruthenium Cog is a series within a collection of one-of-a-kind originals from artist and creative director Maxximillian—that's me. Learn more about each bot by studying its metadata.
Here's the Etherscan webpage for The Museum of Robot Art.
Its contract name is ALL THE BOT$, the tagline for the project is bots of quality. Sometimes, you'll see superlative bots of quality—this is when the bots are exceptionally decorated, for example encrusted with diamonds or other rare gems.
There are two official accounts for this project.
The $uper is the Community Happiness Engineer for @allthebots. Follow @allthebots Twitter account for helpful tutorials on Artificial Intelligence, inspiring articles of what people are building with AI and robots, plus—I saved the best for last— hilarious AI, automation and robot memes, community greetings and community information. Especially if you're a $BOT token holder a creator creating with AI, give us a follow.
The Museum of Robot Art is on Twitter at @botsofquality. This is the only official Twitter account for The Museum of Robot Art. Give The Museum a follow, by tapping the highlighted blue text that says Follow, in the embedded tweet above for announcements of new bots, airdrops and community partnerships, events and opportunities.
To peruse the $BOTS that have already been minted and are currently owned, you can see them all as well as place an offer on revealed bots on secondary markets—though very few are for sale by current token holders. The best way to become a Museum of Robot Art token holder is to mint your own. The preferred secondary marketplace for The Museum of Robot Art collection is Rarible, but yes—you can totally find The Museum of Robot Art on OpenSea.
For art collectors collecting on the Tezos blockchain, here you'll find The Museum of Robot Art bots of quality available for $XTZ on Rarible too.