This eighth coverage series gathers some of the best and latest news published this week about Non-Fungible Tokens and Crypto-Collectibles. Read our Press Review.
This article gives an overview of the crypto-collectible market, how it could help artists protect their work from being copied and how the market is taking shape after the crypto craze of late 2017.
An interesting article on the intrinsic value of crypto-collectibles as opposed to their speculative value. The author also explains that crypto-collectibles could gain value by being useful across several platforms.
Intrinsic value also shows itself in a facial expression of others when you tell them you bought a digital cat for $100 — haha, got it now?
Crypto-collectibles are unique and most of their interest derives from the fact that they have an image attached to them. However, the ERC721 does not take that into account
In the ERC721 standard as it’s defined, there is no standard way to associate an image with an id, which means that as far as the blockchain is concerened, each digital asset (or non-fungible token) is just a number!
The Los Angeles Dodgers have announced the first giveaway of digital collectibles in the history of baseball and, most likely, the first crypto giveaway in professional sports.
Here’s a tutorial on how to sell your non-fungible tokens through the ERC721 standard by creating a simple NFT sale smart contract.