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    Keep the Emojis Flowing with the new Skull Emoji Release

    Emojis have become a significant part of digital communication, and their popularity has led to various emoji-related trends, including emoji keyboards and apps, emoji-themed merchandise, and even emoji-based art and marketing campaigns. Emojis are widely used in social media posts, messaging apps, and emails to add emotional context, humor, and visual appeal to text-based communication. Some platforms have also introduced features like emoji reactions, where users can respond to messages with emojis. The popularity of emojis has even extended into precious metals with the Emoji Series offering 1 oz silver rounds that depict many of the most common and popular characters used in digital conversations.

    8th Release – Skull Emoji

    On the obverse of the 1 oz Emoji Skull Silver Round, you will find a depiction of the emoji resembling a human skull. The design dominates the obverse field and is particularly stunning with its large, vacant eye sockets. The skull boasts broad cheekbones and showcases the top row of teeth. Like all previous releases, Emoji Skull Silver Rounds boast proof-like visuals that deliver contrast between the frosted design and the clear background fields.

    Static Reverse Design

    All releases in the 1 oz Emoji Silver Round Series feature the same reverse design element. Here, a variety of different emojis flood the field of the silver round. For those who have followed the Emoji Series throughout, you will notice that many of the previous releases are found in the cluster of emojis on this side. This includes Snowman, Moneybag, Party, and Alien. In fact, the Skull emoji is even depicted in the design on this side.

    Release Details

    1 oz Emoji Skull Silver Rounds are offered for delivery individually in plastic flips or by multiples of 20 rounds in acrylic tubes. Each silver round has 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver and boasts the aforementioned proof-like visuals.

    History of Emoji Development

    Emojis, which means “picture character” in Japanese, were first created in Japan in the late 1990s. Shigetaka Kurita, an engineer at NTT DoCoMo, a Japanese mobile communications company, is credited with designing the first set of emojis in 1999. These early emojis were simple 12×12 pixel images and were initially used on Japanese mobile phones to convey emotions and other information in a visually concise way.

    Emojis gained popularity in Japan and quickly spread to other parts of the world. In 2010, Unicode Consortium, a non-profit organization that standardizes character encoding across different platforms, added emojis to its standard. This made it possible for emojis to be used and displayed consistently across different devices and platforms.

    Continue Your Emoji Series Collection with the Skull Emoji

    For those who have been following the Emoji Series since its release, the latest offering provides yet another opportunity to add to your unique collection of silver rounds. Like previous releases, the Skull Emoji will be produced for a limited period of time before production halts to enable the release of the next design. If you have any questions, JM Bullion customer service is available to assist you at 800-276-6508, online using our web chat, and via our email address.

    Disclaimer: All Market Updates are provided as a third party analysis and do not necessarily reflect the explicit views of JM Bullion Inc. and should not be construed as financial advice.

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