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Since Juungle.net was born, the number of individuals who became interested in Non-Fungible Token has increased more than ever.
I heard the NFT first from @bmjc98 where she flexed her artwork and sell it on wax atomichub. She also posted an article on how to mint your NFT on the said marketplace. I tried to follow the steps but I can't understand some complicated terms and procedures. I am a bit slow in following instructions and I admit that hahaha. So, I just end up halting the mission and just continue admiring her works. Check her article about that:
One day, someone from our Telegram group chats introduced A free waifu faucet. I think it is @Constant1995 who introduced it to us? I don't remember because the past is past hahaha. He/she explained how can we sell them later on in a marketplace based on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain.
Of course, I grabbed the opportunity because that's money, lol just kidding. I grabbed the opportunity because I find it exciting owning an NFT. This is also for free so why miss the opportunity.
For almost 2 months in juungle.net, I earned approximately $100+ just by claiming, buying, and selling NFT's. This has helped me on achieving certain goals on the crypto-verse.
I saw the potential of this NFT marketplace for artists who want to gain profit from their works. Me coming from a country that doesn't give too much attention to arts, I decided to help other people showcase their artworks on juungle.net by minting their NFT's.
LET ME HELP!
The process of minting NFT on GitHub is a little bit complicated for start-ups. I, myself, took 3 days to fully understand how to mint properly. That's how slow I am HAHAHA. But after several attempts, I am able to mint my own NFT's and sold the three of them for a good price.
I already published an article about how I create these artworks and where do I get my inspiration. If you're interested, you check it out at the link below
After succeeding in minting my own NFT's, I decided to try helping @Tokou minting his HUSBANDO NFT. He manually creates them on a mobile phone using an app called Ibis Paint. Imagine the time and effort he spent doing these artworks. Take a look at the pictures below:
I also helped @Pattatunay to mint his art on juungle.net. His collection is called FLUIDITY ART that you can check here. He just used his mobile phone in creating this artwork and he's planning to create another artwork that he will release soon.
My friend @boringwriter also messaged me on Telegram asking for help to mint his vector art but due to my busy schedule, I can't start the process of minting. Hopefully the day after or on the day of publishing this article, I will work on his NFT.
As I realized the potential of juungle.net in promoting the artworks of local artists, I will help anyone, especially the Filipinos in minting their own NFT on GitHub. Although I suggest learning minting by yourself because of some reasons, ownership for example. You can read the article of @VideoGameDana for the step by step procedure:
In addition, the good folks of juungle.net are currently working on a built in NFT maker, so you might just wait that to be finished.
If you still having a hard time understanding the whole concept, you accept the risks, and you don't want to wait for too long, just follow the steps below so I can process them as soon as possible
Save your art in a .png format.
Duplicate your art in the following sizes: 128x128, 64x64, and 32x32.
Provide a name for your token; an individual and collection name
Send them at my email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Messaged me at Telegram @its4d so I can be notified by your request.
Because I am the one who has access to GitHub and another tool that I will use, you will not have an access to view and modify your NFT token. This may cause problems in the future if I became inactive or I became unreachable for some reason. So I strongly suggest learning minting by yourself or just wait for the developers of juungle.net to release the built-in NFT maker.