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Welcome to the world of Non-Fungible tokens

What is a NFT? Simply put, a non-fungible token is a one-of-a-kind asset that lives online and is managed in a digital ledger.


So what makes an NFT more special than a run-of-the-mill crypto coin? The file stores extra information, which elevates it above pure currency and brings it into the realm of, well, anything, really. The types of NFTs are super-varied, but they could take the form of a piece of digital art or a music file – anything unique that could be stored digitally and be thought of to hold value. Essentially, they are like any other physical collector's item, but instead of receiving an oil painting on canvas to hang on your wall, for example, you get a JPG file.

NFTs are "one-of-a-kind" assets in the digital world that can be bought and sold like any other piece of property, but they have no tangible form of their own. 

The digital tokens can be thought of as certificates of ownership for virtual or physical assets

As with crypto-currency, a record of who owns what is stored on a shared ledger known as the blockchain.The records cannot be forged because the ledger is maintained by thousands of computers around the world.

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"As an Acrylic Artist by day and a Digital artist "by night" I am thrilled for this new world to explore, trade and sell digital art for myself the Artist and for you the Collector."  -Dani

Dani has currently minted NFT Artwork on OpenSea and Rarible with a new series coming out soon, as well as more marketplaces to buy and view her digital work.There will be different Collections each with its own theme.Please sign up for the website newsletter and check back. New pieces will be auctioned as they are released. Please contact the artist directly with any questions pertaining to NFT Art.


""Magical Aurora" by Dani Abbott

I create from a place of deep emotion, it is who I am and how I see the world. Creating from this place allows me to use color and various techniques to create worlds and moments in time. This multistep process involves travel and observation, and photography. Time in the studio to create an acrylic painting comes next as an actual physical representation of the experience. I then take all of these emotional and visual layers and combine them to create a piece of work that is multidimensional and personal. I happily embrace a new audience for my work as I believe relationship and connection is more important than ever in our world.~ Dani


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