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ERC2981: NFT Royalty Standard. What is it, and How do You Use it?

Royalties across marketplaces give problems. ERC2981 is here to fix that.

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As the subtitle suggests, royalties across marketplaces give you a headache. Since the start of NFTs, each marketplace implements its own way of giving and saving royalty data. EIP2981 was brought into life to fix this issue.




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