Answer: You can find us on: https://opensea.io/collection/buddha-s-zenverse
Answer: Buddha’s Zenverse is a social project to investigate the impact of NFTs, cryptocurrency and the Metaverse on a community. We would like to see how people react, interact, and behave in the cyberworld if they receive our uniquely drawn Buddha’s Zenverse NFT for free. It will also allow us to see how far one NFT can get if we give it for free – much like planting a seed to see how much it can grow.
Answer: If you like our project and have a good heart and good intentions, please send us your ETH wallet address so we can gift you your NFT. We recommend doing this with either Metamask or Trustwallet.
Answer: Sure, once we gift you a Buddha’s Zenverse NFT, you’re free to do whatever you want with it. You can choose to keep it and cherish it forever, give it away for free as well, or sell it on any marketplace which is supported by the the Polygon blockchain.
Answer: All rights of the NFT are reserved to the owner of the NFT. But be careful: Once you gift or sell your NFT to someone else, you lose ownership of it and it is transferred to them. Note tha Buddhas-Zenverse team can use the Artwork for marketing purposes.
Answer: Ok, so if you are asking yourself this question you already know all the answers to the questions above. Sneaky you... All NFTs in this collection are minted on the Polygon blockchain. This is a Proof of Stake (PoS) blockchain in which transactions do not require the excessive computing power as Proof of Work (PoW) blockchains, such as Ethereum. This way, the environmental impact is completely negligible.
Answer: The big question of 2022. By now you’ve probably heard kids, your parents or your grandparents talking about it. The generally accepted answer is that NFTs are tokens on a blockchain which gives the owner exclusive ownership to a piece of data. People falsely assume NFTs are .jpegs that anyone can right click + save as on the internet, but in reality NFTs are a piece of code that cannot be altered or falsified. This is exactly what proves your ownership of an NFT, much like how a piece of paper approved by a legal department proves ownership of your car – with the difference being that NFTs are infinitely more secure, and transparent or visible to anyone.
Answer: Generally speaking, each NFT consists of 2 main components – a smart contract and a digital good (which could be a collector’s item, a piece of artwork, or even tickets to a physical event). The smart contract exists on a blockchain – a digital database that underpins cryptocurrencies, such as Ethereum or Cardano. The smart contract attributes ownership and defines the properties of a media file stored on a decentralized database such as IPFS (in an ideal world, although some media is also stored on private servers). Here’s a hypothetical scenario showcasing why NFTs have such a fundamental impact for cryptocurrencies: If you want to buy an original artwork by Picasso, you will need to go to a gallery and blindly trust a reputable expert’s word that this is indeed the authentic piece of art you wish to purchase. NFTs on the other hand present an objective and unfalsifiable way to confirm its authenticity and origin. But wait, anyone can right click and save my NFT as a .jpeg...! So? You could just as well buy a Picasso
Answer: A blockchain, like the Polygon blockchain that we use, is a distributed public ledger that is a record of who owns what on said blockchain. The technology underpins digital currencies and NFTs. Blockchains allow digital information to be distributed, but not altered, copied or deleted from a network made up of thousands of computers. Wow.