The Artwork

United States of America

The American flag, also known as the Stars and Stripes, is the national flag of the United States. It consists of 13 horizontal red and white stripes, representing the 13 original colonies, and a blue field with 50 white, five-pointed stars arranged in nine rows. The stars represent the 50 states of the United States, and the blue field represents the Union.


The Australian flag is the national flag of Australia. It consists of a blue field with the Union Jack in the upper left corner, representing Australia’s history as a British colony, and a large white seven-pointed star known as the Commonwealth Star in the lower right corner. The Commonwealth Star is surrounded by five smaller white stars, which represent the Southern Cross constellation.

United Kingdom

The flag of the United Kingdom, commonly known as the Union Jack, features a combination of three crosses: the red St. George’s cross of England, the white St. Andrew’s cross of Scotland, and the red St. Patrick’s cross of Ireland. The flag was officially adopted in 1801 and it is considered one of the oldest national flags still in use. The flag is made up of three crosses, which represents the union of England, Scotland and Ireland.


The flag of Italy, often referred to as the Italian tricolor, features three equal-sized vertical bands of green, white and red. The flag was officially adopted on January 7, 1948, after the country’s liberation from fascist rule and the end of World War II. Green symbolizes the country’s plains and hills, white represents the snow-capped Alps, and red symbolizes the blood of those who fought for the freedom.


The flag of France, commonly known as the French Tricolour or simply the Tricolour, is a blue, white and red horizontal tricolour. It was first adopted in 1790, during the French Revolution, and has been the national flag of France ever since. The blue and red colors were taken from the city of Paris and the white color was added to symbolize the monarchy.

United Arab Emirates

The flag was officially adopted on December 2, 1971, when the UAE became an independent nation. The green color on the flag represents the country’s lush vegetation, fertility, and its traditional association with Islam. The white color represents peace and neutrality. The black color symbolizes the defeat of enemies and the country’s strength. The red color is a traditional Arab color and it symbolizes the country’s unity and the blood of those who died fighting for the UAE’s freedom.

South Africa

The colors of the flag have a deep meaning and symbolism. The Red color represents the blood spilled for the struggle for freedom, the blue represents the peaceful nature of the people and the green represents the fertile land. The Y-shape of the green band symbolizes the coming together of different elements of the population, such as different ethnic groups, to work towards a common goal.


The flag of England is the St George’s Cross. It is a red cross on a white background. The flag is most commonly associated with England, as St. George is the patron saint of England. The flag is said to have been adopted by Richard the Lionheart in the 12th century, although the origins of the flag and the story of St. George are not well-documented. The flag is not the official flag of the United Kingdom but it’s widely used as a national symbol of England.


The flag of Argentina features three horizontal bands of light blue and white. The flag is often referred to as the “Album Flag” or the “Sun of May” flag, which refers to the sun in the center of the flag. The flag was officially adopted on February 27, 1818, and its design is said to symbolize the sky and clouds over the Río de la Plata, as well as the ideals of freedom and independence.


The flag of Switzerland features a red field with a white cross in the center. The cross has equal arms, which are square-ended. The flag is also known as the “Swiss Cross” and it is considered as one of the oldest national flag still in use. The flag was officially adopted in 1889, although a similar design had been used for centuries prior. The white cross on the red field is said to symbolize the Christian faith, which has been an important part of Swiss history and culture


The flag of the Netherlands, also known as the Dutch flag, features a red, white, and blue horizontal tricolor. The flag was officially adopted on February 19, 1937, although a similar design had been used for centuries prior. The colors of the flag are said to symbolize the Dutch monarchy and the country’s connection to the House of Orange. Red, white and blue are also the traditional colors of the Dutch provinces, and it is said to represent the unity between the people of the Netherlands.

Owner Benefits

You can get ahead of the game with priority ordering of the XRPayNet Debit Card before the public release in the final week of February 2023.

The owners of this collection will have the opportunity to design their own NFT that will be minted and branded by XRPayNet. They will receive 60% of the revenue from this NFT, and they will be included in all of the promotions carried out by us to generate buyer interest.

If you are a successful buyer of a flag NFT you will be able to showcase another NFT from your collection in the Kunstbrug Gallery, Hengolo, Netherlands, for one month. You can showcase it for sale or for exhibition. If you are an NFT artist, you can showcase your own work to position yourself on the walls of a physical NFT gallery to bring exposure. If you are a collector, you can draw exposure to your favorite piece to either receive a bid for purchase or draw attention to the artist and the community.

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About The Artwork

These NFTs, created by artist Paul Smidt of Kunstbrug (the world's first physical NFT art Gallery), offer collectors the chance to own a unique piece of digital and physical art that represents their country or one of their choosing. Each NFT showcases a high-quality, hand-painted, textured version of the flag.

The Flags of the World NFT collection showcases XRPayNet's dedication to building a payment system that is inclusive and accessible to all. These NFTs allow collectors to own a piece of art that represents their country or holds personal significance, making it a perfect way for patriots to express their pride.

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How can we buy and invest in this NFT?

The official auction opens on February 1st 2023 at 9 am EST. To register your interest please leave submit your email below.

Why should we choose Flags of the World NFT?

It is created by a renowned artist and is part of a VERY limited collection. Additionally, the NFT is connected to XRPayNet’s mission of promoting diversity and inclusivity through our payment system.

Where can we participate in the Auction?

The Flags of the World NFT collection is available for purchase at onXRP.com, where the auction for these NFTs is taking place.

When will I receive my physical art?

If you choose to, you can expect to receive your physical artwork approximately one month after the auction has ended. If you prefer, you can also opt to leave your physical piece on display at the Kunstbrug gallery in the Netherlands.

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