• NFT Art and Collectibles for Beginners

  • The Must Have Guide for Understanding Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs)
  • By: Chris Collins
  • Narrated by: Jon Ramsey
  • Length: 3 hrs and 28 mins
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Are you looking to learn how you can cash in on the NFT revolution?

Did you just find out about NFTs? Do you want to jump in on the craze as an artist, gamer, or musician? Are you finding it difficult to find all the information in the same place or just utterly confusing?

If this sounds like you, then read on!

NFT Art and Collectables for Beginners offers comprehensive information regarding this recent profitable and budding trend. This guidebook talks about what NFTs are and also provides a brief history of their emergence. After learning about NFTs, you will also find information regarding the Ethereum tokens. These are standards that tie together the digital collectibles system.

The inner workings of NFTs, along with their importance and value, are also covered in this detailed guidebook. Areas of application and uses will deliver the knowledge of areas you can enter in this digital trend. Moreover, the information in this book also lists the top marketplaces and the creation process of NFTs.

Several myths of NFTs are also debunked in this book. Art and Games are the most significant areas that are budding within the NFT craze. This is particularly true for the gaming industry as it empowers people from all age groups to learn this technology in a fun new way.

In this book, you'll discover:    

  • A greater understanding of NFT and Ethereum    
  • Introduction to key terms   
  • Risks involved    
  • History and emergence of NFTs    
  • Ethereum Token Standards   
  • How NFTs work    
  • Why NFTs have value    
  • Uses of NFTs    
  • Blockchain-based Non-Fungible Tokens    
  • The Non-Fungible Token market    
  • NFT myths    
  • Famous Examples and top NFT crypto projects    
  • Role of art in NFTs    
  • NFTs and games   
  • Future of non-fungible tokens
  • And much more!

Gain clarity of this new and exciting digital asset, and see how you can profit on this emerging trend.

Scroll up and hit "BUY" to discover the secrets of NFTs and the benefits they can bring you!

©2021 Chris Collins (P)2021 Chris Collins

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Great basic listen for NFTs

A great book for everyone new and interested in the NFT world. Very practical and easy to understand. Very well explained

There are some glitches on the recording and some parts repeat themselves. Audible guys might wanna give it a check.

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The reader sounds so high

There is a lot of valid and useful information here. I have been in the space a while, and I think this is pretty good primer though it still makes a few too many assumptions for new users, and it a bit too basic for anyone else. Nonetheless it will invariable fill in some gaps for any listener. I just can't get around how the reader sounds like someone who smoked too much dank at the break and then came back into the lecture hall to discover it packed to the rafters with outsiders and having to pull it together super fast, so he overannunciates. Its distracting.