Recycle Bin is a conceptual art using NFTs with the theme of regeneration. By sending your unwanted NFTs to Recycle Bin's address, they will be burned and you will get Recycle Bin's generative art NFTs instead. Generative art is generated based on the address and tokenId of the sent NFT. The pain of confronting the past and the prayer for rebirth are contained in this work.
Single Transfer Transaction
NFTs sent to Recycle Bin will never be returned, so please only send NFTs that you do not need. The Recycle Bin does not keep the NFTs it receives, and sends them directly to the Burn Address. Recycle Bin will not be responsible for any NFTs sent.
It will only accept general Ethereum ERC721 NFTs. Special NFTs and NFTs from other networks such as Polygon will not be accepted. Please check the gas cost before sending as you may get an error for unsupported NFTs and you will be quoted a huge gas cost.
This is Open Edition. Please do not rush and use it only when you have a truly unnecessary NFT.
The Recycle Bin address is below. Please be sure to understand the precautions before sending your NFT.
Recycle Bin Address
“Sending NFTs to the Burn Address, even if they are unwanted, can be painful. Recycle Bin has a positive message of facing and reclaiming those memories and dreams you have given up on. I hope that your actions in the virtual space will help you heal in the real world. Recycle Bin is a counterpart to my other work, "Receipt," which shows that the viewer's transaction itself has value as art, and Recycle Bin, on the contrary, shows that the viewer is free to destroy the art. Recycle Bin shows that the viewer has more power than in conventional art, and represents a new form of art.”