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Easy NFT was born out of the frustration many  creators  experience when trying to display their NFTs. Collectors encounter similar issues when acquiring NFTs at most NFT sites.

The necessary process of discovering if there is an audience for your creations at a typical NFT marketplace is a serious “pain point”. Painful to the creator because, before a creator can display (or a collector can see) a single creation, whether an image, an audio file, a collectible, etc. both the creator and collector endure a complicated “on boarding” process that includes:

  1. setting up a digital wallet,

  2. purchasing cryptocurrency such as BTC or ETH (usually with fiat currency like USD), and

  3. connecting their digital wallet with an online NFT marketplace like Open Sea, Rarible, Mintable, Nifty Gateway, etc.

All of this before a creator can display or a collector can view a single piece of creative work. Is this really necessary?

Hard to believe, but the bank that works with one well know digital wallet (they bill themselves as the most user friendly) not only requires creators to upload both sides of a driver’s license but also upload a selfie while holding the driver’s license. One might expect this if the creator was asking the bank for a  loan. But jumping through all these hoops just to display your works! In what sane world is that necessary?

Under such onerous circumstances it is not unreasonable for one to wonder if the current crop of NFT marketplaces are more about getting creators and collectors to purchase cryptocurrency than making it easy for creators to display and collectors to acquire creative works. By the way, most cryptocurrency is NOT “legal tender” for paying your rent, mortgage, car payment, groceries or your student loan. Ouch!

That’s a real painful disservice to creators who devote countless hours laboring over their creations. Why is an artist required to clear such nonsensical hurdles before they can even explore the possibility there is an audience of collectors for what they create?

Easy NFT solves a whole host of these problems by simplifying the process of bringing creator and collector together.

No hoops, no hurdles, no hassles! As easy as ordering a pizza.

Until creator and collector discover their shared interest, why would either have to deal with:

  1. choosing a digital wallet

  2. choosing which cryptocurrency among several hundred to store in the digital wallet

  3. choosing Ethereum, Tezos, Neo or some other blockchain where creation ownership is documented

  4. understanding stuff like smart contracts

  5. peer to peer nodes

  6. minting

  7. mining

  8. permissioned blockchain vs a permissionless

  9. append only ledgers

  10. or any of the other dictionary full of arcane crypto jargon?

None of these unnecessary complications address what likely is the creator’s number one question when thinking about engaging with an NFT platform in the first place. Namely, how do I  find collectors who will value my NFTs  more than holding on to their money, crypto or otherwise?

Of course, once a digital asset has attracted a collector the blockchain plays an indispensable role in establishing and protecting the collector’s ownership interest in the creative work.

Here again, Easy NFT simplifies the process of securing the new owner’s rights to the digital asset they have acquired by auto time stamping the sale on our secure blockchain.

Easy NFT takes it a step further by making it possible for all creators to become Guardians of their creations even after ownership has been transferred to a collector. This Guardianship can extend through multiple ownership transfers.

And here’s the best part, the original creator of the NFT continues to enjoy compensation each time ownership of the NFT changes. It’s like receiving royalties or residuals. How does that sound?

Wikipedia describes NFTs as follows: “A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable.

NFTs can be used to represent items such as photos, videos, audio, and other types of digital files. Access to any copy of the original file, however, is not restricted to the buyer of the NFT. While copies of these digital items are available for anyone to obtain, NFTs are tracked on blockchains to provide the owner with a proof of ownership that is separate from copyright.

Today there is increased interest in using NFTs. Blockchains like Ethereum, Flow, and Tezos have their own standards when it comes to supporting NFTs, but each works to ensure that the digital item represented is authentically one-of-a-kind.

NFTs are now being used to commodify digital assets in art, music, sports, and other popular [content]. Most NFTs are part of the Ethereum blockchain; however, other blockchains [like Easy NFT 247] can implement their own versions of NFTs.

The NFT market value tripled in 2020, reaching more than $250 million. In the first three months of 2021 alone, more than $200 million were spent on NFTs. The rise of NFT transactions has also led to increased environmental criticism. The computation-heavy processes associated with proof-of-work blockchains, the type primarily used for NFTs, require high energy inputs that are contributing to global warming. The carbon emissions produced by the energy needed to maintain these blockchains has forced some in the NFT market to rethink their carbon footprint.”

Easy NFT 247’s environmentally friendly blockchain design greatly diminishes the environmental impact of offering and acquiring unique NFTs in a wide range of categories.

NFTs that have made headlines include:

  • Beeple’s Everydays: the First 5000 Days sold for $69.30 million at a Christie’s auction.

  • M. Mandarin’s The Harmony sold for $10.30 million.

  • An unknown artist’s Cryptopunk #7804, Cryptopunk #6965, Cryptopunk #4156, sold for $7.60 million, $1.5 and $1.6 million respectively.

  • Pablo Rodriguex-Fraile’s Beeple’s CROSSROADS sold for $6.60 million.

  • Kate Woodman, a trained structural engineer with a passion for photography created the  Always Coca Cola NFT which sold for $21,321.

Her photographic style has been described as giving “a nod to the past but assuredly modern in appeal”.

  • Jack Dorsey’s First Tweeter Tweet sold for $2.90 million.

  • Axie Infinity’s Virtual Game “Genesis” Estate sold for $1.5 million.

  • Justin Roiland’s Rick and Morty :The Best I Could Do” sold for $1 million

  • Sparky 24’s NFT titled LeBron James “Cosmic” Dunk #29 sold for $200 thousand.

  • WhlsBe’s Not Forgotten, But Gone, a sixteen second clip of a spinning gummy bear skeleton sold for $1 million.

  • A Daft Punk music NFT resold for $15,000.00.

  • Some of the nine pieces in the Grimes original NFTs have resold for $2.5 million.

  • 2LAU sold 33 unique NFTs tied to the Ultraviolet release for  $11.7 million.

  • Eminem’s Shady Con sold for $1.78 million.

  • Steve Aoki in collaboration with Antoni Tudisco netted close to $900 thousand for a music clip and a dancing blue and purple figure.

  • An NFT related to the internet Nyan Cat meme sold for $590 thousand.

This may be the best time to benefit from the rapidly expanding popularity of NFTs. Engaging now in the NFT revolution, before it becomes saturated or overtaken by big business (as happened with the www) could turn out to be a very wise move. Easy NFT 247 is here to help.

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Art

Digital depictions of a select collection of artist Hope Dube's paintings

115MagicalMoment
81EarthlyWonderland
82GoingThroughAMaze
83SymphonyofColor
87WalkingThroughanImageofLife
90TheDragonofLife
93BreakingFree
95TheMovementofLife
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Auto

Own a Tesla for $99.00 - an NFT Raffle by BuyAutos247

Tesla S 8
Tesla S 1
Tesla S 5
Tesla S 9
Tesla S 7
Tesla S 6
Tesla S 4
Tesla S 3
Tesla S 2
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Celebrity

"Celebrity Owl Masquerade" by Mystery Match Games

COLLECTIBLES

14 Trading Cards from the creator soon to be known as Prof Remember

TradingCard3-Whataboutawow1
TradingCard4-CantStopIt1
TradingCard6-WakeUpCall1
TradingCard5-LickitySplit1
TradingCard7-Stones1
TradingCard8-TheSaturdaySundayBlues1
TradingCard10-ForCryingOutloud1
TradingCard11-JustWaitandSee1
TradingCard12-Good-ByeBlues1
TradingCard9-DeepDownInsideICry2
TradingCard13-AmazingGrace1
TradingCard1-PeopleGetReadyforLove1
TradingCard14-America3
TradingCard2-TellingStories2
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Fashion

Fashion NFTs from various creators

Food

30 Day Diet by Eaterries

30 Day Diet
Food 5
Food 6
Food 4
Food 3
Food 13
Food 11
Food 10
Food 9
Food 7
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Games

Field of Dreams NFT by Wings On Desires

Field of Dreams 1
Field of Dreams 7
Field of Dreams 4
Field of Dreams 3
Field of Dreams 8
Field of Dreams 6
Field of Dreams 5
Field of Dreams 9
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inspirational

A collection of Prayers from The Light Ministries

Music

Jimmy Mack on tour with legendary guitarist Roy Buchanan by TSOUL

photography

Beach Memories by Imageopedia

Politics

Political Caricature NFTs by McIntosh Daily

JOE BIDEN Landscape
DONALD J TRUMP Landscape
NANCY PELOSI Landscape
MITCH McCONNELLLandscape
CHUCK SCHUMER Landscape
BERNIE SANDERS Landscape
JIM JORDAN Landscape
JERRY NADLER Landscape
HUNTER BIDEN Landscape
Elizabeth Warren Landscape
ADAM SCHIFF Landscape
Amy Klobuchar Landscape
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Sports

LeBron James Layup NFT by World Sports

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Travel

Festival NFTs by Annual Event Guide

Oktoberfest Munich Germany slide
Edinburgh Fringe Festival slide
Bordeaux Wine Festival slide
Eurovision Song Contest slide
Melbourne Comedy Festival slide
Verona in Love Festival slide
Rio Carnival Reo de Janeiro slide
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Video

"Can't Stop It!" NFT - The Original Movie Script by J H McIntosh

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