St. Patricks Day and NFTs!

Happy St. Patricks Day!


Colored this little cutie with her four leaf clover to release as a 1/1 NFT art as a special crypto art auction - the chibi lineart is also a digital stamp for purchase for anyone who would like to color themselves and use in cards or little craft projects. My digital stamps are available on my Star Stampz etsy store! I try to release a new stamp every month.

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I am a verified artist now on the Ghostmarket and have a number of artworks available to collect!

Check out my NFTs on the Ghostmarket!


What ARE "NFTs"?

I'll assume you may ask as I had no clue what they were myself before two months ago. NFT stands for non-fungible tokens that are minted on a digital blockchain. You may come across terms such as nft art or crypto art (not all nfts are artwork, they can be music, weird memes, animations or even in game assets!).

Imagine digital art trading cards through crypto currencies. Artists can mint and digitally sign their nfts, making a limited supply of editions (1/1 or 1/20 for example) which can be sold on various markets in fixed or auction style listings.

NFTs can be bought, sold, or traded with the ownership changing accordingly. Transactions can always be traced back to the original creator and thus it allows for automatic royalties to the original artist should it be resold. This is all done through cryptocurrencies (think bitcoin but ethereum is one of the most popular blockhains for nft art). Gas fees is the energy required for anything written or transactions made through the blockchain which are notoriously high right now on some blockchains.

I discovered which is a cross chain platform that runs on the phantasma market. It is very new and more energy efficient than other options, keeping the gas fees very low. My husband found this blockchain interesting as they plan to work more with game developers, data apps, and social networks (think people can trade their in gaming assets OUTSIDE of the game - pretty cool concept I think ^^). Who knows, maybe I'll accept crypto currency at cons in the future?

Because this is a very different market than I usually reach, I revived my abandoned twitter account to focus on nft art so if you have any interest, I recommend following me there <3 

Still curious? I recommend the following links! ^_^

The Creator's Guide to GhostMarket
The Collector's Guide to Ghostmarket
Phantasma an Environmently Friendly Solution



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