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Djibouti aka Land of Gods indeed is Paradise for any landscape photographer. Best, unlike Iceland and other photography hot spots it still is barely known. Djibouti? Many will say, where is it?

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Master Pro AccountSep 22, 2021 07:16

Marketplace discussion here...

Master Pro AccountSep 21, 2021 10:08

What's an NFT?

NFTs are tokens that we can use to represent ownership of unique items. They let us tokenise things like art, photos, collectibles, even real estate. They can only have one official owner at a time and they're secured by blockchain – no one can modify the record of ownership or copy/paste a new NFT into existenceNFT stands for non-fungible token. Non-fungible is an economic term that you could use to describe things like your furniture, a song file, or your computer. These things are not interchangeable for other items because they have unique properties Fungible items, on the other hand, can be exchanged because their value defines them rather than their unique properties. For example, ETH* or dollars are fungible because 1 ETH* / $1 USD is exchangeable for another 1 ETH* / $1 USD

*ETH is a cryptocurrency of the Ethereum blockchain network More on ETH

Master Pro AccountSep 15, 2021 04:26

Basic Concept

NFT – Non-Fungible token. Unique token. A digital record in the blockchain that has information about the owner and the object of ownership

Using a cryptocurrency wallet with a unique account number, you can buy any token, including a unique NFT token, in a few clicks and have reliable proof of ownership and the purchased asset in your wallet. After the purchase, you can resell your asset, or use it as you wish, just like you would with any personally owned item

If you create an NFT token for a photo, it will record the creator's wallet number and information about the photo itself (file link, license, etc.) And that token can be bought by any other cryptocurrency wallet owner. The paid amount will instantly go to the author's wallet, and the buyer can use the photo according to the license

At Photocentra you can create an NFT token for your photo (Mint token) and put it up for sale (List for sale) in just a few clicks

What is all this for?

Master Pro AccountSep 15, 2021 02:23

Brief description and quick setup. Detailed description on the How it works page

Brief description and setup

Ethereum – Level 1 blockchain

Immutable X – Level 2 blockchain

  1. To buy and sell photos you need a wallet for Ethereum cryptocurrency – Metamask. This is an extension for browsers Firefox, Brave, Edge, Chrome which you can install at this link
  2. After installation, you need to register and create an account for Ethereum cryptocurrency. For a detailed step-by-step instruction please read this guide
  3. IMPORTANT: When you create your wallet, you will be asked to write down a 12-word phrase. Save this information securely and never share it with anyone else. This is the same like your PRIVATE KEY from Metamask Wallet. Disclosing this information will result in the loss of all your assets

    If you lose this phrase, you will not be able to recover access to your wallet and your assets will be lost forever. Nobody and nowhere saves information about access to your funds and assets, so nobody will be able to restore access to your wallet if you forget your password and lose your recovery phrase

    Once you've set up your wallet and created an account, you can connect to the site using the Connect Wallet button in the upper right corner of the site. To make any operations your wallet must be connected to the site

    When you connect for the very first time, Immutable will automatically register you in the system and create a unique key for you. It will be done automatically, you must follow the instructions and sign requests from Immutable. You will sign such requests every time you make transactions with the blockchain

Master Pro AccountOct 22, 2020 12:45

Here are some hints on the photo viewer interface that explain the meaning of buttons and mouse actions.


Interface hints

Next photo — left click on the photo
Previous photo — left click on the arrow on the top left (if available)

Close preview — left or right click on the gray area or right click on the photo

Zoom IN — move the cursor over the photo and scroll up
Zoom OUT — move the cursor over the photo and scroll down

Close zoom mode — right click anywhere
Buy photo
Price USD
+7% Fees
Size (px)

Creator address
This photo is NOT listed for sale, but you can make an offer
Let the author know about your interest to this photo, and encourage him to mint it and list for sale. Also, the offer is not an obligation
Your wallet should be connected to make an offer
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