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  • How to Make Your Own NFTs

    How to Make Your Own NFTs

    If you want to create your own NFTs, Binance Smart Chain (BSC) is a great place to start. It has low fees, quick transaction times, and has a growing NFT community.

    There are many platforms to choose from, but Juggernaut and BakerySwap are two of the cheapest and simplest to use. You just need to fill in your NFT details, upload your digital art or file, and pay the minting fee. If you feel like selling your NFT, you can quickly put it on a number of BSC NFT marketplaces too.
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  • 7 Things You Should Know About NFTs

    7 Things You Should Know About NFTs

    NFTs are tokenized, collectible items valued for their uniqueness and rarity, popular on Binance Smart Chain (BSC) and Ethereum. The value of NFTs relies on their authenticity and scarcity, so it can be helpful to take a closer look at the token on a blockchain explorer.

    NFTs have more use cases than just crypto art, and BSC now has an innovative non-fungible token ecosystem. Due to the recent popularity of NFTs in the news and huge selling prices, it’s easy to see similarities with...
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  • Getting Started with the Binance NFT Marketplace

    Getting Started with the Binance NFT Marketplace

    Binance’s NFT Marketplace is a new platform for creators and collectors to mint and trade NFTs. Everyone can now create non-fungible tokens and experience the benefits of unique, digital ownership rights. All it takes is a few minutes of your time, a small fee, and something you feel is worth minting.



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    If one thing is for sure, the popularity of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and their adoption has matured massively over the past year. For the...
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  • Custodial vs. Non-Custodial NFTs: What’s the Difference?

    Custodial vs. Non-Custodial NFTs: What’s the Difference?

    As the DeFi ecosystem grows, NFTs are becoming increasingly popular. When trading or holding NFTs or other crypto assets, there’s a choice between using either custodial services or non-custodial services. A custodial service owns the private key to your wallet and holds your assets in custody. The Binance NFT Marketplace is an example of a custodial NFT platform that you can log into with a registered account.
    A non-custodial service gives users complete control over their wallets and digital...
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  • A Guide to Crypto Collectibles and Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs)

    A Guide to Crypto Collectibles and Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs)

    The creation of Bitcoin introduced the concept of trustless, digital scarcity. Before it, the cost of digitally copying something was next to nothing. With the advent of blockchain technology, programmable digital scarcity has become possible – letting us map the digital world to the real world.
    Non-fungible tokens (NFTs), often referred to as crypto collectibles, expand this idea. Unlike cryptocurrencies, where each token is equal, non-fungible tokens are unique and limited in quantity. ...
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