How I Turned My 4-Year-Old’s Art Into an NFT: Ethereum Blockchain Explained | WSJ

Terms like “nonfungible token,” “crypto wallet,” “minting,” and more sound like a foreign language to you? To better understand it—and explain it—WSJ’s Joanna Stern turned her son’s art into an NFT on the Ethereum blockchain.

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