What Is an NFT and How Do You Invest?
- What are NFTs?
- Why are NFTs valuable?
- Popular NFT examples
- How to mint your own NFTs
- What are real life use cases for NFTs?
- Where do I buy and sell NFTs?
- How do I buy and sell NFTs?
- Features of NFTs
- The innovations and advantages of NFTs
- The risks and problems surrounding NFTs
- Should I invest in NFTs?
- NFTs in relation with physical assets
- What the future might look like for NFTs
- The bottom line
What are NFTs?
Why are NFTs valuable?
Popular NFT examples
How to mint your own NFTs
- Name of the piece
- Supply: Single edition (one of this NFT), limited edition (x copies of this NFT), open edition (sale/auction is open for a certain amount of time, with an open-ended number of copies).
- Unlockable content that only the item owner can access. You’d then need to upload your artwork or copy the link of where it is stored.
- Royalties which the creator of the NFT gets after every resale. More on this below.
- Other custom attributes
What are real life use cases for NFTs?
Where do I buy and sell NFTs?
How do I buy and sell NFTs?
Features of NFTs
Indivisible and Full Ownership
The innovations and advantages of NFTs
The risks and problems surrounding NFTs
Should I invest in NFTs?
NFTs in relation with physical assets
What the future might look like for NFTs
The bottom line
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