The NBA Top Shot Thing Can Protect Your Artwork
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Between cryptocurrency, self-driving cars, space junk falling into the Indian Ocean, and all sorts of wacky things, the world doesn't seem real anymore. And then these little things called NFTs came along, and it feels well and truly like we're in the end times of sense. Like, people are buying NBA highlights for hundreds of thousands of dollars. What are we doing here?
But stick with us because all of these wacky futuristic developments are actually pretty dang useful. Sure, you might not want to become an NBA Top Shot collector, but if you're a designer or artist, NFTs are especially intriguing. That's because NFTs offer a special, digital way to certify and authenticate your work as your own. Want to know how to do it? Look no further than How To Create Your First NFT: The Beginner's Guide.
In this quick, one-hour course, entrepreneur Benji Wilson (4.5/5 instructor rating) will explain in his cool Australian accent what NFTs are and how artists and creators are using them to protect their work from theft and potentially even add value. With this unique digital token, you protect your rights as the original artist until you're ready to transfer those rights in a sale. There are no finders-keepers or losers-weepers here. Wilson will teach you how to create your first NFT, see it in a token and crypto wallet, attach it to artwork, and list your artwork safely in a digital marketplace.
As an artist, you deserve to protect your work like you would your child (although maybe don't permanently attach anything to those). Learn how to do it in How To Create Your First NFT: The Beginner's Guide, available now for just $19.99.
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