Every day, valuable moments happen within the span of a tweet.
Turning these moments into NFTs captures that value in the form of digital collectibles. Purchasing an NFT from someone creates the beginning of a direct relationship between you and them.
That’s pretty cool.
What you are purchasing is a “digital certificate” of that tweet. The digital certificate is called an NFT, and it is signed by its creator’s @handle on twitter.
Like an autograph on a baseball card, the NFT is the creator’s autograph on a digital file, making it unique and valuable.
NFTs are digital certificates of authenticity issued by their creators. As the owner of an NFT, you control where it is seen, if it can be transferred, when it is resold, and more.
NFTs can fluctuate in value just like any other scarce asset or collectible. NFTs “verify” content by minting it on the blockchain. The blockchain is a decentralized system of computers that is open for anyone to participate in. When you mint an NFT on the blockchain, essentially everyone in that system is saying “yep, this is the one!
Fantom (FTM) is a cryptocurrency with real world value.
You should definitely do your own research on how cryptocurrency works, but for now all you need to know is that you can convert FTM to traditional currencies like $USD using a service like Binance. In order to interact with FTM, you’ll have to create a MetaMask wallet first.
MetaMask is a digital wallet for ethereum and it adds on to your desktop’s browser as an extension. On mobile it will be its own standalone browser, and on desktop you can add it to Chrome or Firefox.
Go to metamask.io to install it. Warning! When you connect an FTM address (from metamask) to your twitter handle using NFTweets, it can not be unlinked. You use this address to autograph tweets; it’s uniquely tied to your account.
Whether it's for a new mint or an aftermarket sale, you choose the duration between 1 Day to 1 Month. On aftermarket there is no escrow.
Currently, you can make offers on any tweet authored by an account that does not protect its tweets (ie. public accounts only).
No, but you can mint it to your gallery and put it for sale later!
Your counter-offer must be an increase of atleast $1, whichever is more. Though all offers are shown in $TOR, that is a Stablecoin so the values won’t fluctuate.
Your money is automatically credited back to the balance in your digital wallet. The sender of the refund will be via NFTweets’s smart contract, which means it won't appear in your normal transaction feed. You can view the transaction on https://ftmscan.com/ by inputting your wallet address, and then clicking the Internal Txns tab. There you will see a refund transaction for the full amount of your offer.
If your offer hasn’t been accepted after the time you selected, you will get an automatic refund from the smart contract. We use Chainlink Keepers to automate this function.
Every NFTweet is minted directly to the Creator wallet or to the Offerer wallet in case of a Mint Offer accepted. You are the direct owner of each NFTweet you have minted and you can transfer or resell it on our marketplace or on one authorized as Atlantica.
On NFTweets, you’re purchasing an autographed certificate of the tweet. That certificate, and the metadata (who posted it, when it was posted, and more) will always remain on the blockchain and in the certificate is a link to a screenshot of the tweet. Metadata and Screenshots are hosted on IPFS and will forever remain available and decentralized.
No. You own the autographed certificate of the tweet, establishing a unique, direct relationship between you and the tweet author. You do not own the copyright. (But maybe one day you could?)
Off-chain. This information is also embedded in the NFTweet as NFTweets's Certified Attributes Signature.
A tweet can only be minted once using NFTweets. However, the NFT generated can be bought and sold an unlimited number of times to multiple people in succession.
Once an ethereum address has been linked with a twitter account, it cannot be linked to another twitter account.
All NFTweets live on the Fantom blockchain. Metadata and Screenshots are stored on IPFS.
No severe vulnerabilities were found by Mythx.io deep scan, our contracts are safe.
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