Replying to @RookieXBT
To do what with?!? And correction, you payed that amount for a link to the jpeg on the blockchain. We can all have that pic, simple as "save as...".
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no one's going to pay you $1M for your "save as..." but someone might for his. that's the difference.
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The vast majority wont even care to verify that the nft belonged to the payer. Lol. So congrats on putting a lot of money into an illiquid collector item?
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😊 Until you're that one person who badly needs that image for your work and someone owns the rights... YOU. WILL. FORK. OUT. $5M. FOR. A. JPEG😁
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Sure fam, NFT under what law again? Did anyone sign a legal contract for it?
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There is no law required. You can verify ownership and authenticity in a few clicks. Doesn't sound like you have used this stuff much. Works the exact same as any other coin on ethereum in that regard.
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There's no need to verify ownership and authenticity if there's no legal covenant requiring it buddy. Just right click and save away and then display it.
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You can display whatever the hell you want anyway for all I care, be it the mona-lisa or whatever NFT. I don't see what that has to do with verifiable ownership of a coin.
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Maybe read through the thread you're commenting on for context
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I think you are the one that doesn't seem familiar with basic concepts within this industry. You also don't seem to be consistent with pin-pointing what your issue with other people owning and transacting in NFT(and ETH) is.
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Please explain what your replies mean in the context of the pink underline Im referring to

1:13 AM · Aug 30, 2021

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