Interesting CNFT projects, pushing the limits of what I’ve seen so far.
In April I published a story about NFTs made within the Cardano blockchain ecosphere. Back then we had the launch of SpaceBudz and many more projects ready to take off. But this was just the begining..
Since the launch of native assets for the Cardano blockchain I’ve seen a few more projects, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.
Some of them even implementing on-chain NFTs without being dependend on IFPS.
How you might ask? Let’s take a brief recap of how NFTs work in Cardano before I start…
There are currently two ways to make your own NFTs.
Each way has pros and cons. Some of which I highlighted in a recent article.
To make a long story short — if you want to have full control over your tokens you need to mint them yourself. And this is what this guide is all about.
Minting requires a certain amout skill in navigating and working with linux through the terminal as well as a running cardano node.
I will not…
Passwords suck. There I said it.
That’s why it’s usually preferred to access systems with private / public key authentication. Especially popular with ssh connections.
Nonetheless — even a private key can get compromised. It lives — most of the times — on your local machine and therefore can be exposed to other security threats like malware etc.
So let’s assume at some point our keys get compromised and an attacker is able to log in with the key to one of our servers. …
With the surge of native assets and multiple NFT pre-sales more and more people are looking to get into the NFT game in Cardano.
And the community already came up with some solutions to lower the entry barrier significantly.
Many stake pools offer minting (the official term to create a native asset / token / NFT) services for their delegators or platforms like nft-maker.io which enable “not so tech savy” creators to mint their own NFT and publish it on the Cardano blockchain.
I get it, it’s tempting — low fees and seemingly easy creation.
NFTs are currently the hype if you float around the cardano universe. With the recent launch of SpaceBudz and CardanoBits many more are preparing to launch their own, custom NFTs in the Cardanosphere.
That in itself is quite impressive because if you follow the Cardano Project a bit you might be aware that there are currently no smart contracts availiable. But with a few clever ideas it’s possible to “mint” NFTs on the Cardano blockchain.
With this article I want to provide an behind the scenes look of how it’s done, what you should consider if you want to do…
Die Idee hinter “Proof of Stake” ist recht einfach erklärt.
Es ist ein Verfahren um zu ermitteln, wer den nächsten Block in der Blockchain erstellten darf.
Und jede Person die ADA besitzt ist – rein theoretisch – dazu berechtigt.
Gleich vorweg – die Chancen dazu sind allerdings sehr unwahrscheinlich, denn dazu müsstest du mit deiner Wallet 24/7 online sein.
Warum und wie in Cardano “Proof of Stake” deswegen einem “delegetated Proof of Stake” weiterentwickelt wurde will ich kurz erklären.
Bevor wir losgehen aber müssen wir aber erst ein paar Begriffe klären.
Das Protokoll Ourboros ist ein Programm, das darüber entscheidet…
Before we even begin, let’s talk about what motivation means to me and what my understanding of it is.
Motivation is the inner fuel for any movement.
It’s the why to the executed action.
I want to give you an example how my take on “motivation” changed while, well, to be honest, while trying to figure out how to get others to do what I wanted.
Sounds awful, doesn’t it?
But that’s the underlying question if someone asks “How can I motivate my team to do X?”.
As I started to transition in a leadership role in my recent job…