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  • Updated Mar 8

    Let’s build a community collecting and selling digital art and music

    What are NFT’s:
    A non-fungible token (NFT) is a special type of cryptographic token which represents something unique; non-fungible tokens are thus not mutually interchangeable.

    Resources:
    google.com/amp/s/opensea.io/blog/guides/non-fungible-tokens/amp

    Marketplaces:
    SuperRare superrare.co
    Rarible rarible.com
    OpenSea opensea.io
    Mintable mintable.app
    Audius audius.co (Music Streaming platform)

    Crypto Wallets:
    Meta Mask (recommended)

    FREE MINTING JPEGS AND MP3s:
    S!NG APP IOS: singidea.com

    Welcome to the future 🫂🫂🫂

  • Feb 25
  • Feb 25

    Innn

    Gotta go nab some etherium tbh

  • Feb 26

    Capcon Street fighter sold 1.4 mill in NFTs in an hour

  • Feb 26

    This s*** is crazy

    .com boom 2

  • Feb 26

    In

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    Top Shot has been going crazy. Also this definitely needs to get moved to Tech or Life

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  • Feb 27
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    instagram.com/p/CLwx5aJJlSV/?igshid=1u157qd9dutdz

    illmind first prod to sell a sample pack as nft

    kinda smart cause whoever buys it will be the only person w owns those sounds unlike regular sample pack/drum kits which get leaked on Reddit all the time and get used by everyone.

  • Feb 27
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    So like if i sell a photo does that guy own 100% of the licensing and everything of that photo like i cant start selling shirts with the photo on it right

  • Feb 27
    Art

    So like if i sell a photo does that guy own 100% of the licensing and everything of that photo like i cant start selling shirts with the photo on it right

    Do you own the rights? If you sold him the copyright you can’t but if you didn’t go copyright it and get TO WORKING. LOL

  • Feb 28
  • How can I make something into an NFT? I haven’t clicked any links in this thread except the pic (🔥) but I’ve been collection NBA topshot cards already so I’m wondering how can I turn something I own into one?

  • Mar 3
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    still don’t get it

  • Mar 4
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    Kurt Kobang

    still don’t get it

    u guy digital art or whatever and get to own it

    oh and when u sell it then if the person u sold it to resells it then u get a percentage of that too (depending on the terms u set)

  • Mar 4
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    proper

    https://www.instagram.com/p/CLwx5aJJlSV/?igshid=1u157qd9dutdz

    illmind first prod to sell a sample pack as nft

    kinda smart cause whoever buys it will be the only person w owns those sounds unlike regular sample pack/drum kits which get leaked on Reddit all the time and get used by everyone.

    who would pay this much for illmind loops

  • Mar 4
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    baella

    who would pay this much for illmind loops

    Is that just 92$ or is that a diff kind of currency?

    if it’s 92$ that’s not that surprising considering it was hella ppl paying 100$ for like 10 Kenny beats 808s a couple years ago

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    proper

    Is that just 92$ or is that a diff kind of currency?

    if it’s 92$ that’s not that surprising considering it was hella ppl paying 100$ for like 10 Kenny beats 808s a couple years ago

    I didn’t check the site but a lot of countries use . Instead of ,

    So I believe it’s 92k

    I could be wrong and it would’ve been nice if that screenshot showed it in ETH

  • Mar 4
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    baella
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    I didn’t check the site but a lot of countries use . Instead of ,

    So I believe it’s 92k

    I could be wrong and it would’ve been nice if that screenshot showed it in ETH

    92k?

  • proper

    92k?

    Nvm I was wrong

    It sold for 6k

  • Mar 4
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    Sounds like a scam & an artificial "fake deep"-like way to give digital goods an "irl tangible" value to make them way more expensive then it actually is.

  • baella
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    I didn’t check the site but a lot of countries use . Instead of ,

    So I believe it’s 92k

    I could be wrong and it would’ve been nice if that screenshot showed it in ETH

    Things sell for low prices all the time

    I’ve things sell for 500 DAI which is a 1:1 of the US dollar

    Pretty safe to assume $92 here in that pic

  • Mar 5
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    can someone explain what this is

    does anyone actually know

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