Fractional NFT is a feasible technique to represent the co-ownership of properties. The second part of this series of articles describes how fractional owners are ensured of their rights to their shares of the property when the NFT is transferred to a new owner.
A Decentralized App for minting, viewing, and transferring ownerships of NFT-based Certificates of Authenticity for Luxury Watches. In this part, I will walk through the codes to store pin NFT's metadata and photo to IPFS using Pinata.
How does one trade Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) or a physical asset that comes with an NFT-based certificate and ensures payment and delivery? This article proposes how a Smart Contract can make peer-to-peer trading of NFTs or physical goods such as luxury watches safe and secure.
Paper-based Certificates of Authenticity for Watches are great candidates to be replaced with Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). In this article, I demonstrate how a Decentralized App on the Ethereum Blockchain will allow the creation and transference of NFT-based Watch certificates.
In the 1st part of this tutorial series, I will walk through the tools that I use in my Ethereum development environment and demonstrate how to use them to compile and deployed a Solidity Smart Contract.
Luxury products such as watches, diamonds, and bags ship with Certificates of Authenticity that have traditionally been printed on paper. In this article, I demonstrate how it may be possible to replace paper-based certs with Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) on the Ethereum Blockchain.
Freelancers often need to negotiate with clients on progressive payments and monitoring them while working on the project. In this article, I explain how it may be possible to manage this process using an Ethereum Smart Contract.
The underscores _; that are found littered in Smart Contract source codes have invited questions from developers all over who are just beginning to code Smart Contracts. Here, I attempt to demystify it.