If you’ve been around the crypto space for the last 2 years then you’ve likely heard of Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs).
In short, NFTs are unique tokens that establish ownership among digital items (artwork, event tickets, game assets, etc.) which are easily traded peer-to-peer across a blockchain. You can learn more about NFTs here.
One popular NFT use case involves creating digital scarcity for digital artwork. In this post you’ll learn how artists (and creators more broadly) can use Pinata to pin artwork on the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) when minting NFTs.
By using IPFS to store files, artists can…