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This weekend title deals with the consequences of Germany's final nuclear phase-out. Our energy experts Kathrin Witsch and Klaus Stratmann describe the fears from blackout to brain drain - and explain how big the risks really are and what needs to happen now to prevent Germany's energy transition from failing. The cover was designed by Josh Dykgraaf, a Dutch artist who lives in Australia - and is herewith celebrating his premiere at the Handelsblatt NFT collection.

Handelsblatt Cover (Genesis Collection) collection image

The Genesis Collection consists of the 40 first Handelsblatt covers. Due to new minting mechanisms from Opensea Studio, all covers starting from #41 are part of the collection "Handelsblatt Cover".

After purchase: Please contact wermke@handelsblatt.com for entering the event giveaways and get on the holder's mailing list for exlusive benefits.

Every quarter holders have the possibility to win tickets for exclusive Handelsblatt events. Once a year they are invited to a NFT club meeting in Duesseldorf with the editors. The supply will be two covers per month, maximum 24 NFTs per year.

"Handelsblatt" is the biggest financial daily in Germany. The first issue was published on May 16th 1946. To celebrate this birthday the first NFTs were released at a "birthday price" for 0,046 ETH in 2022. Since January 2023 the minting price is 0,05 ETH.

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Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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ChainEthereum
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Last Updated1 year ago
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10%

#28 Nuclear Sonderweg - Handelsblatt March 2023

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This weekend title deals with the consequences of Germany's final nuclear phase-out. Our energy experts Kathrin Witsch and Klaus Stratmann describe the fears from blackout to brain drain - and explain how big the risks really are and what needs to happen now to prevent Germany's energy transition from failing. The cover was designed by Josh Dykgraaf, a Dutch artist who lives in Australia - and is herewith celebrating his premiere at the Handelsblatt NFT collection.

Handelsblatt Cover (Genesis Collection) collection image

The Genesis Collection consists of the 40 first Handelsblatt covers. Due to new minting mechanisms from Opensea Studio, all covers starting from #41 are part of the collection "Handelsblatt Cover".

After purchase: Please contact wermke@handelsblatt.com for entering the event giveaways and get on the holder's mailing list for exlusive benefits.

Every quarter holders have the possibility to win tickets for exclusive Handelsblatt events. Once a year they are invited to a NFT club meeting in Duesseldorf with the editors. The supply will be two covers per month, maximum 24 NFTs per year.

"Handelsblatt" is the biggest financial daily in Germany. The first issue was published on May 16th 1946. To celebrate this birthday the first NFTs were released at a "birthday price" for 0,046 ETH in 2022. Since January 2023 the minting price is 0,05 ETH.

Category Memberships
Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
Token ID
Token StandardERC-1155
ChainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
Last Updated1 year ago
Creator Earnings
10%
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