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  1. katrinkunze

    Find out the best NFT Development Services Provider

    Blockchain Firm provides a suite of NFT development services - from artworks to game collectibles, videos to music, and land deeds to cars. Our blockchain experts specialize in developing tokens based on ethereum ERC-721 token standards.
  2. BlockchainX

    TRON platform features

    TRON is an open-source decentralized blockchain platform founded by the Chinese company TRON Foundation, registered in Singapore. The main cryptocurrency on the platform is TRONIX (TRX). For the first time, the platform was unveiled in the summer of 2017 by Chinese businessman Justin Sun. In...
  3. BlockchainX

    What is SafeMoon Token (SAFEMOON)?

    What is SafeMoon (SAFEMOON)? The SafeMoon protocol is a Decentralized financial token (Defi). According to the SafeMoon website, SafeMoon has three functions that take place during each exchange: Reflection, LP Acquisition, and Burn. The SafeMoon protocol is a combination of RFI tokenomics and...
  4. jackbrowny

    How does an NFT platform work?

    An NFT marketplace is a platform used for storing and trading non-fungible tokens. Non-fungible tokens are executed through smart contracts. Smart contract is a kind of programming code. Every item comes with unique metadata. This arrangement of explicit data related to supply, provenance, and...
  5. katrinkunze

    NFT MarketPlace Development Company

    Want to build your own NFT marketplace platform? Choose Blockchain Firm, a reliable NFT marketplace development company that has well-experienced developers and delivers robust, reliable, and efficient NFT marketplace platform within the time frame.
  6. jackbrowny

    What is a non-fungible token (NFT)?

    Non fungible tokens or NFTs are likely digital assets linked to the blockchain. These can be texts, images, digital artworks, audio recordings, domain names, trading cards, and in-game items. Every NFT is unique and we can't replace it with another object because of this it's called non-fungible...