Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) for Interplanetary Abundance

I recently got a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) as a present. A NFT can be regarded as a digital collectible, like a Pokemon card, which lives inside a public electronic blockchain. My NFT came along with a metal coin minted by the Royal Dutch Mint in cooperation with the Rotterdam soccer club of Feyenoord. This gift triggered me to try out and see if I could also mint NFTs myself. And I managed. It is actually quite easy to do. I digitally minted a total of 40 NFTs related to the Interplanetary Abundance workshop I developed almost a decade ago. As this workshop operates around trading cards, this is the perfect match with NFTs.

Below you can see them. They were designed some 10 years ago by my Space colleague Hans de Wolf and I still love the graphical design he made. If you click on them, you will go the OpenSea platform, which is a trading place for NFTs. The prize for each unique NFT is equal to 1 MATIC. MATIC is the cryptocurrency used on the Polygon network and this is where the Interplanetary Abundance NFTs live. This is the minimal prize I can set so I am curious to see how it actually works when NFTs get a new owner. If you want to obtain one of these NFTs, and you have MATIC in your cryptowallet, go right ahead! A disclaimer I should mention here. I don't believe in real value in these digital collectibles. I don't have any illusion this will make me money or these NFTs become very valuable. I am just interested in the technology and want to experiment with it, and maybe find out if I can actually use it in a future Interplanetary Abundance workshop.

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