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This is a huge misconception about NFT, and I can answer it in one sentence - in 9 cases out of 10, art doesn't matter. See, there is a reason why private collections from non-famous people can't do anything. Just look at this from investors POV, someone is asking you to invest in their collection but you have no opportunity to resell it and make a margin. ...


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A random private key of 64 (hex) characters (256 bits / 32 bytes) is generated first. A 128 (hex) character (64 bytes) public key is then derived from the generated private key using Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm (ECDSA). The Keccak-256 hash function is then applied to (128 characters / 64 bytes) the public key to obtain a 64 character (32 ...


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In theory, it's 0 and 2**256-1, respectively.


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So the 'cryptocurrency' ETH is just the valuta used with the purpose of being used in the automated smart contracts? It's not meant to be a wannabe-replacement for fiat currencies but are just a small piece of the puzzel in the story of Ethereum? One way to see Ethers in Etheruem is that it is equity in the protocol. After Ethereum 2.0 goes live, anyone can ...


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My friend - you've got it! Welcome to Ethereum <3 Yes, every single transaction taken place on Ethereum is stored on the immutable blockchain ledger. Yes, Smart Contracts do work like that and cannot be altered, code-wise, after deployment. It can sometimes be influenced via calling and writing functions or even bad code being exploited. ETH is the native ...


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