A non-fungible token (NFT), also known as a nifty, is a special type of cryptographic token which represents something unique; non-fungible tokens are thus not mutually interchangeable by their individual specification. Non-fungible tokens are used to create verifiable digital scarcity, as well as digital ownership, and the possibility of asset interoperability across multiple platforms. NFTs are used in several specific applications that require unique digital items like crypto art (rare art), crypto-collectibles and crypto-gaming. Find more info on Wikipedia.
Dijuax Diglelgant is a community where NFT artists and buyers can connect on the same platform to showcase original NFTs as well as mint, buy and sell NFTs using a digital wallet.
Simple, just sign up with Dijaux to create your profile. Once you have created your profile you can mint (If Not Already Minted) and showcase your art safely with Dijaux.
The Dijaux showcase is for artists to show their NFTs to the world on a safe platform. Dijaux will help drive traffic to artists and their work for future business.
Yes, Dijaux allows minting all art pieces to be sure of each one's safety.
Yes, we recommend you do if your art piece is not already a minted NFT. Minting your artwork will secure it as an NFT.
The NFT community is growing fast, the more eyes you are in front of the better for your exposure. With exposure you can gain traction for future sales and following.
Yes. When you mint an NFT with Dijaux you can list it on our platform and sell it on another platform that accepts it like Opensea for an example.
“Gas” refers to the fee required to successfully conduct a transaction on Ethereum. ... You'll need to have some ETH in your wallet so that you can pay for gas each time you place a bid, settle an NFT you won in an auction, or transfer an NFT to another wallet.
An NFT is a cryptographic record of ownership for a unique item that is encoded into a blockchain. Basically you own an original digital art piece on the Blockchain platform.
Blockchain transactions are irreversible, so all sales are final.
No. You can contact the buyer/seller, but if they refuse there is no recourse. Fraudulent art from verified creators may be refunded up to the price the first owner paid. Otherwise all sales are final.
Images, Video and Audio files are allowed in NFT marketplace. File formats are the following: