I understand that the Beeple pic consists of very small circles each lead to a pic drawn by the same artist, ie it's uniqueness or high price came from the fact that it is like a consolidation of all his artwork.
Now how is that reflected in its hash???? Did they hash every small pic, then added/concatenated the hash of the big pic? Did they accumulate the hashes in a Merkle Tree/Trie/...?
-How did they include the NFT of every small pic, as well as for the big consolidated one in one ERC-721 token?or this include the use of ERC-1155?
Based on the given answer, I clarify my real doubts about NFT more here in the original question:
1- If the small pics are encoded only as part of the big pic, then this doesn't prevent making new NFTs for the small pics too?ie does the one who paid the 69m$ knows it doesn't include the copyright of the small pics???
2- This brings up another worry on the use of NFT on antiques or museum pieces, if the piece is decomposable & someone stole some parts. What I understand now is that the theif can get new NFTs for the small pieces & even sell them in International auctions, while the original owner will lose his NFT as the lost pieces will destroy its cryptographic function?
3- Even if we are talking electronic NFTs only, howcome anyone can copy it?even YouTube prevents u from downloading a song if the owner prevents???