Why ETH only?
I don't want to go thru the hassle of setting up 10,000 chains... keep in mind, I'm a blockchain tech guy, so even if the setup is easy, for me to want to use it, I have to research whether or not I think the chain architecture has staying power.
Why do I like 1/1's?
They're more collectible. This isn't universal - there are some applications for 1155's, like ebooks or (audio) sample packs, but for most things, a 721 is better.
Why do I like them in their own collection?
It makes fractionalization that much easier on all the platforms (Having your collection on an OpenSea or Rarible contract will prevent any fractionalization at all with some platforms like @NFTX_).
While Texas is integrating Bitcoin into its state constitution, the Federal government makes steps to create law preventing P2P trading, even making it felonious. This is the new "cannabis issue" of the 21st century.
When I was a toddler, my fam moved from Tampa to Texas. After the move, I have a memory of watching a game, a rare time when the Bucs played the Boys.
I remember saying "Go Bucs!"
My dad replied: "We live in Texas now, we can root for a winning team."
By the way, these NFTs are tokens that buy you a lifetime subscription to my paid newsletter, a license that doesn't expire if you sell it, and is conveyed to subsequent owners.
Breaking: Mayor Francis Suarez: "Go out there and elect the next president of the United States to be a pro-#bitcoin president." @FrancisSuarez
So all you nocoiners who just read a Bloomberg article and made up your mind that @brian_armstrong is some kinda dingus who doesn't understand securities, maybe you should look at what you really want here, and making demands of your government that actually reflect that.
... but while Coinbase played ball for six months with the SEC, hundreds of billions of dollars passed through the smart contracts of anon decentralized lending projects.
This is particularly important in FinTech as it release to crypto. This is a sector built by anarchists and cypherpunks. Their first instinct is to flip centralized power the bird, go anon, and just build.
They're lucky that Coinbase and CashApp aren't anon and are playing ball.
/mark rizzn hopkins
crypto-anarchist, thinker, maker, gonzo-blogger.
Creator of theCube (enterprise TV).
An IBM Futurist.
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