NFTs, Generative Art

The Trouble with Overlapping Traits in Generative NFT Programming

A little advice to keep your NFT project clean and tidy.

Photo by Manja Vitolic on Unsplash

One of the challenges I see in generative NFT projects quite commonly is something like this (and you’ll soon see why I’m a programmer and not an NFT artist!)

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This publication features articles about the NFT space, especially focusing on generative art and 10k NFT sets. Editor: Jim Dee of GenerativeNFTs.io  —  jim@arraywebdevelopment.com.

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Jim Dee

Founder and chief generative coder at GenerativeNFTs.io. “We help mint millionaires!”

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