In this story we are inspired by Charles Hoskins, the founder of Cardano (ADA), and liken his heart and humanitarian efforts to the Greek goddess Athena. Athena and Charles are front and center as one and the same. Her energy lives in his heart, her posture represents motherhood, and she holds her hands on his, as if to guide him through these amazing times. Athena wears the portrait of ADA Lovelace. She is known as the mother of computers and inspired Charles to call his currency ADA and its subunits Lovelaces.
Charles’ spear stands for courage and is a compliment to Poseidon’s trident. This shall represent their connection, and to the shared vision Cardano and Ethereum have to make the world a better place. Interestingly, legend has it that Zeus proposed a contest between Athena and Poseidon over Athens, just like Charles and Vitalik contesting over their crypto currencies. Will one hold victory over the other?
The owl is Athena’s spirit guide and is often associated with Charles himself. With wisdom and watchfulness, Cardano carefully launches its technology into societies. Like Athena, Charles has the courage and strategic abilities to make a project like “Cardano Africa” come true and dreams about his next vision to help other countries in need. The children at their feet are inspired by the original photographs taken on Charles’ visit to Ethiopia. In the middle, a university student benefiting from Caradono’s support. The boy on the left represents Cardano’s love for our world and the visions of projects to come. The hexagons are graced with icons representing various Cardano. A lobster in the background represents Paul Oakenfeld’s Album which was released on Cardano’s blockchain.
Ramona Köhler (aka Magnetic Red) is a German artist, based
in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Her studies in Art go as far
back as she remembers... as a child she was drawing almost
every day and she loved to design characters and fantasy
inspired worlds in which her characters came to life. Ramona
works in many mediums such as pencil, pen, watercolour,
acrylics, photography, digital paintings, print media, stage
design, tattooing and theatrical fire performances.
After she finished her time at the academy for fine Arts in Enschede, her art found its way to bigger exhibitions such as Psy-Fi art gallery where she exhibited her work together with Anderson Debernardi and other amazing artists from the “Art Collider” Community. Her biggest fascination is to combine art with the shape of the human. Next to working as a tattoo artist, she creates “visionary art” inspired paintings and digital artworks.Nowadays she also works as an NFT artist for the Nexus Ecosystem network to create characters which “live” in a metaverse-inspired fantasy world that displays the different characteristics of each crypto currency.
Effective Date: June 6, 2022
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Where you have requested specific pieces of personal information, we will provide the information you have requested, except where not permitted under applicable law or otherwise exempted by the CCPA. For instance, we may not disclose government ID or financial account number as such disclosure may create an unreasonable risk to your personal information, your account with us, or our business systems.
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The UK Data Protection Act of 2018 (DPA 2018) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provide certain rights regarding the processing of personal data of EU/EEA/UK data subjects. This section of the Privacy Notice applies if you are in the United Kingdom or a country that is a Member of the European Union or EEA, and supplements the information in the Privacy Notice.
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The information provided on this website does not constitute investment advice, financial advice, trading advice, or any other sort of advice and you should not treat any of the website's content as such. The CNP team does not recommend that any cryptocurrency should be bought, sold, or held by you. Do conduct your own due diligence and consult your financial advisor before making any investment decisions. By purchasing CNP , you agree that you are not purchasing a security or investment and you agree to hold the team harmless and not liable for any losses or taxes you may incur. You also agree that the team is presenting the token "as is" and is not required to provide any support or services. You should have no expectation of any form from CNP team. Although CNP is a community-driven Deflationary and Reflection DeFi token for experimental reasons and not a registered digital currency, the team strongly recommends that citizens in areas with government bans on Crypto do not purchase it because the team cannot ensure compliance with your territories regulations. Always make sure that you are in compliance with your local laws and regulations before you make any purchase.
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