Someone just told me that Quorum does not implement EIP721, so it does not support ERC721 tokens.

I always though token standards are just standards you should follow in your smart contract code and not something natively programmed in the core of Quorum or go-ethereum.

So is that assumption true ? can I use ERC721 token standard on Quorum ? if not, any idea about ways to create non-fungible assets on Quorum ?

Thanks a lot for your help

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    You'd have to ask the "someone" that told you that, but I don't see what Quorum could do to disallow ERC721. As you said, token standards are just standards you follow in your smart contract code.
    – user19510
    Commented Jul 12, 2018 at 2:52

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Thats incorrect. Any smart contract deployable to Ethereum is automatically compatible with Quorum, this includes ERC20, ERC721 and much much much more.


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