A non-fungible token (NFT) is a special type of digital asset that represents ownership of a unique item or object. This can be anything from a piece of art or music, to a virtual collectible or even a tweet.

One important thing to understand about NFTs is that they are not interchangeable. This means that each NFT is unique and has its own value. This is different from traditional currency, which is interchangeable and has a fixed value (for example, one dollar is worth the same as any other dollar).

Some people like to buy and sell NFTs as a form of investment, while others collect them for their artistic or cultural value. There are also many online marketplaces where you can buy and sell NFTs.

I hope that helps to give you a basic understanding of NFTs! Let me know if you have any questions.

NFTs use blockchain technology to verify ownership and authenticity. A blockchain is a digital record of transactions that is stored on many computers around the world. When someone buys an NFT, their ownership of the item is recorded on the blockchain, making it difficult to fake or duplicate.

A blockchain is a digital record of transactions that is stored on many computers around the world. It’s called a “blockchain” because it is made up of a chain of blocks, each containing a record of multiple transactions.

Think of it like a digital ledger that is used to keep track of who owns what. Each time a transaction is made, it is recorded on the blockchain. This record is then added to the chain of blocks, creating a permanent record of the transaction.

One of the key features of a blockchain is that it is decentralized, which means that it is not controlled by any single person or organization. Instead, it is maintained by a network of computers that work together to verify and record transactions. This makes it very secure and resistant to tampering.

Blockchains are used for a variety of purposes, including tracking financial transactions, verifying the ownership of digital assets like NFTs (non-fungible tokens), and even recording votes in elections.

A smart contract is a digital agreement that is stored on a blockchain. It is a way for people to make agreements with each other and have those agreements automatically enforced by computer code.

Imagine you and a friend want to play a game where you each put in $5 and the winner gets all the money. You could write down the rules of the game on a piece of paper and have both of you sign it. But what if one of you doesn’t want to pay up after losing the game? With a smart contract, you can set up the rules of the game and the payment process in a way that is automated and can’t be changed.

Smart contracts can be used for a wide range of purposes, from buying and selling goods and services, to tracking the ownership of assets, to managing the terms of a loan. They can make it easier and more secure to make agreements with others, because the terms of the contract are automatically enforced by the computer code.

Creating or Minting an NFT

Minting an NFT is easy on Melanated AI but there are a few steps you need to prepare for. 

  • Decide if you are creating an entire collection of NFTs or just an individual. If you are creating a collection of NFTs ( all of the same theme ) create your collection here. If you are creating just one NFT click here
  • You must have a wallet installed and we recommend that you install Metamask on your desktop and Metamask Mobile on your mobile device. 
  • You must add the Polygon Network to your Metamask ( click here for instructions ).
  • You are now ready to create your NFT & offering.

Royalties enable you to earn a % of subsequent sales of an NFT.

When creating an NFT you can allow for the proceeds of the sale to go to multiple addresses. 

You can select the option for buyers to pay minting fees. 

We take 2% of all NFT sales.