What is an NFT?
NFT stands for "non-fungible token." They are built on blockchain technology similar to "fungible" tokens such as Bitcoin or Ethereum; however, each NFT is unique and can be a one-of-a-kind "edition" or part of a limited Drop Each NFT is based on a ...
I've heard that NFTs are selling for millions of dollars. How can I afford an NFT?
Built on energy efficient “proof-of-stake” blockchains like Tezos and Polygon, minting an NFT on OneOf is thousands of times less expensive than other platforms that use more traditional “proof-of-work” blockchains. OneOf further subsidizes these low ...
What does owning an NFT mean?
Owning an NFT is digital proof of ownership to a media file, such as a photograph, a video, or a music file that is recorded and stored on the blockchain. Some OneOf NFTs include OneOf-exclusive Vault Content which could be special IRL (in real life) ...
Do you own the Intellectual Property (IP) of NFTs?
No. Owning an NFT does not give you copyright or intellectual property ownership of the file or any of the vault content. This means that you can enjoy these image, audio or video files for yourself, but you cannot commercially exploit them unless ...
Winning tickets to the iHeartRadio Music Festival is great! Will there be NFTs for other concert giveaways in the future?
At OneOf, we believe in the power of NFTs to connect digital collectibles and real-world experiences, and there is nothing quite like live music! Our goal is to constantly add new ways for fans to connect with their favorite artists in an authentic ...