My NFT drop

Discussion in 'Our Art' started by OrganicSpaceRaisedMoonBeef, Apr 19, 2021.

  1. OrganicSpaceRaisedMoonBeef

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    Hello All,

    How long its been.

    I just dropped my first few NFTs from my 'Destroy Art' collection. NFTs are an interesting new way of selling your art, designs or in my case... destruction of my art. Based on the amount of attention NFTs are getting, id suggest throwing your work on rarible or opensea and seeing what happens.

    Heres my nft listing: https://rarible.com/token/0x60f8012...1:0x7099fffa17dba0f0f4f853ed103286a276a0309b?

    Until next time,

    Ruin Your Art
    Glitch Your life
     
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  3. droplet

    droplet Rock Star

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    hi @OrganicSpaceRaisedMoonBeef

    i went to your site. nice you have 2.

    did you have to pay rarible to post or do they get paid after sale?
     
  4. JudoLudo

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    really nice!! thank you for the sharing!

    is it possible to sell music, instead?
     
  5. droplet

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    you can put musiic in an mp4.
     
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  7. droplet

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    how does this compare to the vinyl record industry?
     
  8. triggerflipper

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    Do you see NFTs as something to replace the vinly record industry?
     
  9. droplet

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    as it is today yes. it's better ...almost.
    printing records is gold. it's physical. doesn't require a computer.
    45 rpm costs to produce. 300 copies?
    eg: buy your beat on the blockchain and you know no one else has it.
     
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    I didn't understand any of that.
     
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    it could be the future, on the other hand...


    boom


    seems like a good idea.
    nice while it lasts.



    bust


    what was I thinking?
     
  12. droplet

    droplet Rock Star

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    I meant that artists that have little to invest can use this system to make a little money.
     
  13. D____R

    D____R Ultrasonic

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    Good luck selling a unique URL that points at your digital artwork for an unknown amount of time.
     
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    Like Bandcamp?
     
  15. droplet

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    Bandcamp is certainly better for selling music and it's free for artists, but it seems like the NFT thing is so irrational that you can fish large amounts of cash from an mp4 loop...:dunno:
     
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    Probably more than a bit late for that, but gonna leave it here (and in the other thread) anyways.
     
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    I'm so lost. I've read up on this before and was more confused after I'd finished reading about it. So there's a time limit? And not set value?
     
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    And doesn't that make you concerned about the source of these ridiculous funds?
     
  19. droplet

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    :rofl:
    caveat emptor

    I wouldn't buy anything like that but if someone wants to, they should know what they're getting.
    I'd rather have a vinyl release on bandcamp. I'd like to have some ridiculous funding!!
     
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    No set time limit, but what you are essentially parting with your money for will only exist as long as the websites/servers are online. It's a weird scheme for wankers where a handful of people will get rich whilst doing nothing and a million schmucks will do all the free advertising for them.
     
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    https://www.visualcapitalist.com/visualizing-the-power-consumption-of-bitcoin-mining/
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