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Questions tagged [non-fungible-tokens]

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ERC721 - Create 1000 tokens in one function call

I have implemented a contract where a set of ERC721 tokens should be generated with a function call in private net. Code as follows : function mint( address _owner, uint256[] _id ) ...
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How to ERC721 token using external contract to msg.sender?

I have Caller and ERC721 contract just like this : contract SampleToken is ERC721MetadataMintable { string private name; string private symbol; constructor (address _creator, string _name,...
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Ethereum implementation of a non-fungible but divisible token? (ERC721 seems not to work for that)

I am struggling currently with finding the right implementation possibility for a token with the following properties: Asset-backed token based on a non-fungible asset (like a piece of art) More than ...
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Two ERC721 tokens that refer to the same metadata

This is a question about the ERC721 interface. I understand that the tokens are non-fungible and guaranteed to be unique to a specific account (owner). One possible way to use ERC721 tokens would be ...
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mint method usage in ERC721 token implementation

What does the internal method call _mint(msg.sender, tokenId) really do in the background when used with ERC721 token implementation?
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Meaning of “fungibility” in “Zerocash (Zcash)”? [closed]

According to the following article, Zcash provide a high level of "fungibility". compared to other crypto-currencies. Article link: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/z/zcash.asp fungibility ...
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ERC725 with ERC735 - Identity and Claims

How does ERC725 (Identity) and ERC735 (Claims) work together to enable a decentralized identity?