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A Non-Fungible Token (NFT) is like a unique digital certificate that can represent ownership or a claim on a real-world object (RWO). Think of it like a one-of-a-kind trading card in the digital world. This card is unique and cannot be replicated, making it different from other tokens (hence the term "non-fungible").
When an NFT is created to represent a real-world object (RWO), it acts as a digital twin of that object. For example, let’s say there’s a rare, historical document. An NFT for this document would be like a digital stamp of authenticity and ownership. It says, "This digital token represents this specific document." Whoever owns the NFT is recognized as having some form of claim or connection to the actual document.
The real-world object (RWO) remains physical, but the NFT linked to it lives on a blockchain, which is a secure, digital ledger. This makes it easy to prove and transfer ownership or rights related to the object without physically moving it. It’s like having a deed for a house, but in a digital and highly secure format.
So, in essence, an NFT for a real-world object (RWO) is a modern way to claim, showcase, or trade the ownership or rights of something tangible in the digital space.
ERC721 and ERC20 are both standards for tokens on the Ethereum blockchain, but they serve different purposes and have distinct characteristics.
The key difference lies in the fungibility of the tokens. ERC20 tokens are interchangeable and identical to each other, making them suitable for use as a medium of exchange or store of value. In contrast, ERC721 tokens are all unique and can represent ownership of specific assets, making them ideal for collectibles and unique digital assets.
Listing your new NFT collection on OpenSea using Arbitrum instead of Ethereum ERC20 USDC could be advantageous due to the lower gas fees associated with Arbitrum. This can make your NFTs more accessible and appealing to potential buyers who are sensitive to the high gas costs on the Ethereum mainnet.
To move ERC20 USDCto Arbitrum you need to use a bridge service. When recommending bridging tools for users, it's important to consider a variety of factors including security, network compatibility, liquidity availability, and ease of use. Here are some of the top bridging tools available in 2024:
First, small investments buying a Real World Asset (RWA) on Ethereum are not feasible because the gas cost can easily cut the profit of the item acquired. On Arbitrum, for example, the money that you would spend on gas on Ethereum for one transaction can be used to buy several more RWA historical documents.
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