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RE: EN/FR - Question to the Pros : NFT How to ? how Much ?

in La Ruche2 months ago

A lot of those questions have variable answers and I would advise you to research thoroughly before deciding the route you'd like to take. As a bit of an overview:

NFT's are available on lots of different blockchains, from Hive, to Ethereum, to Wax, Solana, and many many more. Unless you are planning to build your own blockchain you will need to decide which chain to build on.

The cost for creation and distribution of NFT's is going to depend entirely on which chain you choose to deploy on and which marketplaces you are planning to sell them in. As an example the cost to "mint" an NFT on Hive is small in comparison to the cost to mint on Ethereum but the market is much larger on Ethereum so the potential to earn is much higher as well.

Many developers choose to deploy their own marketplace where the NFTs can be bought initially, and then buyers are able to take that NFT be sold on secondary markets like opensea etc.

If you are an artist wishing to avoid development work- you could just tokenize your artwork on an existing platform like Opensea on Ethereum or NFTShowroom here on Hive and then market your work to bring in buyers.

There are many many different options available for NFT creation and distribution out there and this really doesn't cover much at all!

Good luck and I hope to see some of your work soon!

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Greetings and thank you for this reply.

In fact I really want to stay on Hive for this, Hive helps me alot, so I want to remain here. Fidelity, you see what I mean ? :) Important thing for me.

Some tell me I should use json to reach my goal... And I will try it unless someone has also ideas to submit. I hope I will be able cause it' slonglong time I didn't code and never really on blockchain

I think json will probably be the best bet- I know some will use python to get data from the chain but I am not much of a coder! It's good to hear you are planning to build on HIVE. There are lots of resources you could call on to get help and advice here on chain too. One of the Pizza guys runs an @learncode account with tutorials on how to use python to interact with the chain.

Looking forward to seeing where all of this leads you!

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I will have a look to learncode, but my project is a bit special ... should run on PHP/html if possible as my site is an good old joomla :-)

And yes, Hive is a good place to be, reason why I do not understand why some run towards competitors which cost an arm to use like eth :)

I think eth has its place- it has a lot of success already, deep markets and liquidity, many more tokens and contracts already deployed than can be said for many others. That doesn't mean other chains don't have a lot to offer but it does mean that eth has an advantage in being one of the cryptocurrencies that a newbie can easily find, get advice and information about, and probably holds lower(relatively) risk. !PIZZA
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