If you're confused, it's better to read this page.
What is an NFT?
NFTs are digital tokens that represent ownership of unique digital assets, like art and collectibles. They have a finite supply and can only have one owner at a time, unlike other digital files which can have unlimited indistinguishable copies. Their ownership and transaction history is publicly available on a blockchain—more on that in a second—making it easy to verify ownership and confirm authenticity. So they are limited, authenticated, and exchangeable.
How can I buy one?
If you’re keen to start your own NFT collection, you’ll need to acquire some key items:
First, you’ll need to get a digital wallet that allows you to store NFTs and cryptocurrencies. You’ll likely need to purchase some cryptocurrency, like Ether, depending on what currencies your NFT provider accepts. You’ll then be able to move it from the exchange to your wallet of choice.
You’ll want to keep fees in mind as you research options. Most exchanges charge at least a percentage of your transaction when you buy crypto.
What is a Smart Contract?
Like any traditional written contract, a smart contract is a written agreement between two parties. Unlike traditional contracts however, they are written in computer code and are embedded in a blockchain where many of the stages of the transaction are self-executing—that is, they happen automatically. Artists can use smart contracts to specify royalty payments anytime their work resells, allowing them to see a piece of the action when others profit from their work. Or, in our case, artists can use smart contracts to ensure sustained financial support for organizations such as the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) doing inspiring work.
Where can I mint a BSM NFT?
Patience pays off.
In the meantime, you'll be the first to know of our pre-sale in our discord (coming soon).