Compute the digits of pi on the Ethereum blockchain and preserve them in an NFT

Compute the digits of pi on the Ethereum blockchain and preserve them in an NFT. You get your digits. Some NFTs will contain multiple digits if you spend the gas. Free to mint, and "unlimited" supply.

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