Non-Fungible Tokens or NFTs are non-interchangeable units of data stored on a blockchain. From digital purchases in virtual worlds, to next-generation music or art ownership, to digital contracts and trading, the scope of NFTs is transformational. At Metacubic, we provide a wide range of services to help your business leverage the full scope of NFTs and blockchain technologies.
We help businesses launch their own NFT marketplace and attract the growing community of NFT users. We build NFT marketplaces that are feature-rich, decentralized, and facilitate tokenization of all kinds of assets, including artwork, gaming assets, software licenses, digital collectibles, and real-world assets.
We create non-fungible, irrefutable tokens based on ERC-721, ERC-115 and EIP-2309 token standards. These tokens, illustrating artwork, collectibles or other assets, ensure programmable equity, greater market efficiency, customized blockchain and tailored smart contracts.
Metaverse NFT Marketplace development is the complete technical process of creating an NFT marketplace exclusively for metaverse; this marketplace supports in-game assets, virtual lands/properties/shops, characters, and other objects. Our team offers best-in-class solutions for building completely decentralized, finite, and traversable metaverse NFT marketplaces.
NFT art refers to digital artworks that are associated with a unique token on a blockchain, known as a Non-Fungible Token (NFT). NFTs provide proof of ownership, authenticity, and scarcity for digital art, allowing artists to sell and collect their work in the digital realm.
NFT art is unique because each artwork is represented by a specific token on a blockchain, making it indivisible and distinguishable from other tokens. This uniqueness allows for provenance, ownership verification, and the ability to buy, sell, and trade digital art on various online marketplaces.
NFTs are created by minting or tokenizing digital artworks on blockchain platforms that support NFTs, such as Ethereum or Binance Smart Chain. Artists typically use specific platforms or marketplaces to mint their art as NFTs, which involves attaching the artwork's metadata, such as title, description, and image or video file, to a unique token on the blockchain.
Ethereum is the most commonly used blockchain platform for NFT art, with marketplaces like OpenSea and Rarible being popular choices. Other platforms like Binance Smart Chain (BSC) and Flow have also gained popularity for NFT art. Each platform has its own benefits, costs, and community, so artists may choose based on their specific requirements.
Artists can sell their NFT art on various online marketplaces dedicated to NFTs, such as OpenSea, SuperRare, Foundation, or Nifty Gateway. They can list their artworks for sale, set a price or use an auction format, and earn royalties on future sales. Some marketplaces require artists to go through a verification process before listing their art.