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The Old NFT Creation Vs Cordoba L2

1. Current Market NFT Creation Process

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are cryptographic assets on a blockchain with unique identification codes and metadata that distinguish them from each other. NFTs typically are digital artwork, pictures, animated videos, or music. They can be bought and sold on NFT marketplaces, that require cryptocurrency for payment.

• What you need to know:

The creation of NFTs requires knowledge of concepts such as minting, blockchain, crypto wallets, marketplaces, and gas fees.

• How are NFTs created?

NFTs are digital images uploaded to an NFT platform. Most platforms support multiple image formats, including JPEG, PNG, and even animated GIF images. The NFT platform must support the uploaded format to create the initial NFT image.

• Select a Blockchain:

Ethereum is the most popular NFT blockchain. Ethereum NFTs are created utilizing the ERC-721 standard, which stores the metadata of the NFT on the Ethereum blockchain.

• Create an NFT Wallet:

To store your NFT, you will need a digital wallet that supports your blockchain, for example Ethereum. Then download the crypto wallet app, provide a username and password, and store your private keys and recovery phrase offline for backup purposes.

Select an NFT Platform

The most popular NFT platform is OpenSea. With more than $20 billion in trading volume and more than two million NFT collections listed, OpenSea is the top platform for Ethereum-based NFTs.

Create the NFT:

In OpenSea for example, select the wallet icon and choose which digital wallet you would like to connect. This will require verification on your wallet app. Select “Create” to see the menu for the NFT creation process, including an upload section, NFT features, properties, and blockchain. Upload the media file. Select the blockchain on which your NFT resides, it cannot be changed once minted. Once you have filled in the details of your NFT, simply select “Create.”

Are NFTs Protected by Copyright?

Yes, unless they are subject to fair use laws. Copyright is granted as soon as an image, sound-byte, video, document, or other original work is created. The creator is the copyright owner. Purchasing an NFT does not convey copyright ownership; that still lies with the creator.

2. NFT Creation Process Using Cordoba L2

Cordoba L2 revolutionizing the way NFTs are created, owned, transferred, and secured using biometric proof-of-ownership. Taliware secures image authenticity with in-camera blockchain technology, biometric digital signatures ensure unwavering proof of origin and ownership.

What you need to know:

Cordoba L2 blockchain technology, designed to revolutionize image authentication by wrapping biometric digital signatures and content credentials as NFTs with each image at the moment of capture.

How are Cordoba L2 NFTs created?

1. Click to fund your account using ApplePay, PayPal, Etc...
2. Point camera at object
3. Click to capture photo
4. Click to convert photo to an NFT
5. Optional: Convert photo to NFT at point of capture
6. Optional: Click to post and monetize your artwork at various
NFT market places
7. It’s that simple

Select a Blockchain:

Cordoba L2 API selects Ethereum blockchain.

Cryptocurrency and payment:

Cordoba L2 API service enables developers to address non-crypto users to participate in the creation of NFTs by allowing them to pay directly with PayPal and Apple Pay. Cordoba L2's backend crypto engine converts fiat currency to crypto and completes the transaction.

Smart Contract creation:

Developers only need a key issued by Cordoba L2 service and the smart contract is automatically generated, minimal code needed to enable the chain deployment.

Are NFTs Protected by Copyright?

Cordoba L2 blockchain simplifies the workflow for copyrighting and proving ownership of digital images. Biometric digital signatures ensure unwavering proof of origin and ownership at point of photo capture. Furthermore, biometric credentials swap service enables the secure, efficient, and integrity-preserving transfer of NFT ownership between two parties.