What's an NFT? Why would I want ONE?
NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) are unique digital assets that are secured and contained on the blockchain. The blockchain verifies ownership, provenance, and transaction history. When you collect an NFT, your artwork has a public record on the blockchain it was created on. This makes provenance public and verifiable and permits for instantaneous transactions on the secondary market.
What's a Wallet? How do I get one?
Your crypto wallet is where you can view your cryptocurrency assets and transactions, all in one place. It's also where you confirm any transactions in process. Different wallets have different features. For example, some allow you to view NFTs from a smartphone. Popular wallets include Coinbase and Metamask.
What's this MINTING?
NFTs are created through a process called minting. On the Ethereum network, a command is run that creates the NFT as an immutable record, providing it with a unique hash that contains all of the metadata. The metadata stores key contextual information about your NFT, like its current ownership and transaction history. Sites including opensea.io and etherscan.io allow you to view your NFT collection and NFTs in other collections.