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In today’s video, I’m showing you how to turn any video, picture, Photoshop artwork or any piece of work into a Non-Fungible Token (or NFT) FOR FREE! Yep, for 100% free, with absolutely NO gas fee!
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00:00 Intro
00:38 Setup
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06:13 Step #4
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  1. Edge is Chromium based browser, sa well as Chrome. Just work with MS tracking shit instead of Google one. So Chrome users are exactly the same kind of sheeps as Edge users. Why do they think they are better? Sending your data to MS is stupid, but sending them to Google is smart?

  2. If i list my 1 nft out of 2000 and pay gas fee for that first ( on opensea ).
    Then after that i have to pay gas fee for every nft or it will free to list. ( remember , its after listing the 1st one ).
    Can you please answer ????????? Please

  3. Very clear and useful! Liked and subscribed! I also have one question: do we get a proportion of the profit (for example 10% or 1%) when each time our work is transferred or resold?

  4. Hi, if you are a creator of an NFT and it's minted by another user, without my permission. who then owns the art? Who gets paid? Please I need answers, because I'm new here

  5. Doesn't selling your photo from your book with the copyright really means that your are not furthermore allowed to sell your book with this specific photo in it?
    This has nothing to do with selling rights – the owner of this photo is now allowed to use it for commercial uses, the right which you now have not furthermore…

  6. But buying something without copyright doesn't mean the buyer can't resell the item.
    Like original painting, you can resell it. When you buy an original painting, you buy the physical object to have and enjoy. In most circumstances, you own only the artwork, not the copyright to it.The copyright remains with the artist unless: They specifically signed over their copyright to the buyer. So when you buy a digital painting without copyright you still can resell it. But you can't sell more items from that piece of art (like make merchandise – print on shirt, mug etc.). I will definitely not give up copyrights for art I created.

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