What's interesting is that since IPFS is chain agnostic it would even detect those who try to mint the same NFT on different chains.
And if that is so - would an IPFS check for an exisiting hash be a way to make life harder for copyminters? Yes I know, all they have to do is to change a single pixel, but it might at least puzzle the lazy ones.
If you want to learn how to "make it" in these days, in a space that is already crowded, you should take a page from @firstname.lastname@example.org' playbook - there is a clever girl who knows exactly how to play her cards.
I know, it is hard to get noticed with everyone shouting and - believe it or not - I have been in your shoes when I started out. Which is why I appreciate those who find ways of making themselves seen that does not equate to being the loudest marketeer in a bazaar.
And rule #2: if you think that responding to this tweet with a link to your work is helping your cause then you haven't understood what I am trying to say.
This is an important essay about NFTs, blockchains and how @email@example.com is different.
thanks to everyone who responded to this, here's the essay. I still have lots of artists to list and am still going through your recommendations, thank you https://www.plummerfernandez.com/works/not-another-jpeg/
Just updated https://here-or-there.glitch.me/ to 25K @firstname.lastname@example.org OBJKTS. But I think I now either have to find some smarter way to render the map or reduce the thumbnail size, since these maps are 60MB each now. So if you are on mobile and have a limited data plan, better stay away.
All the 50 are sold out - thank you everybody!
And it looks like some people are already trying out their luck on the secondary market.
Thanks a lot for having me! 🤗And whilst the first batches are already sold out, the final 10 (for 20 tez) are still available.
#PakWasHere (I would be stupid not to try)
But since we are talking about "here" - now would be a good moment to see you also on @email@example.com 😀
Including "The purple oatmeal patch that you can see from outer space"
Only available in German, but I just noticed that a new collection of writings by Frieder Nake @CarlCanary@twitter.com was published:
Not sure if this is useful, but here is the data in spreadsheet format (it will not automatically update):
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