US$15 Credit for NBA Top Shot NFT after Buying Your First Moment NFT or Pack @ NBA Top Shot

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Fun way to dip your toes in NFTs in particular if you love NBA/basketball!

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  • +23

    NFT’s need to be banned.

    • As a start

    • +3

      While the term NFT rings out to a lot of people as a picture of a monkey that is being sold for huge amounts of money it is actually just a proof of ownership for digital items. An NFT 'can' be used to show proof of ownership of a picture of a monkey but .. it could also be used by a new author sell copies of their new book, or maybe a gamer buys a digital version of a game and downloads it directly to their console but now because it was sold with a digital proof of ownership it can now be resold. Maybe you like sewing and buy patterns online - you may soon be able to buy the NFT of a pattern so that when you are done with it you can resell, maybe with a percentage of the money being forwarded to the original owner.
      The idea that an NFT is a picture of a monkey might change soon and I would suggest that an open mind is a much better way of going into the future than a mind that may have said in the past … "A computer in your home ? what for?" "Bitcoin ? You cant even spend it" or "NBN ? Why would people need speeds like that ?" All of which seemed semi valid at the time.

      • +1

        It doesn't show ownership in the monkey as the copyright isn't transferred in the transaction. If copyright is assigned (or other things) assigned in the contract, an actual contract is required not a smart contract (which is a terrible name as it isn't a contract at all).

        When the NFT is sold to a third party, any contractual terms wouldn't follow unless agreed to by the original seller.

        So no, it isn't a digital proof of ownership. It is a unique set of data on a blockchain which points to a digital thing on the internet. That's all it is.

        • +1

          It doesn't show ownership in the monkey as the copyright isn't transferred in the transaction. If copyright is assigned (or other things) assigned in the contract, an actual contract is required not a smart contract (which is a terrible name as it isn't a contract at all).

          How can someone that practice law have NFI?

          BAYC NFT hodlers owns the underlying asset and the work.

          They can do whatever they want and when sold will transfer the same rights to the new BAYC NFT hodl.

  • +2

    Spamming referral thsts what this is called

  • +2

    Lolz

  • +1

    Hello Amway calling

    • +1

      This is honestly lower than an MLM scheme. Atleast you're getting a product with Amway.

  • +1

    But I can just right-click & save your NFT for free.

    This must be the first generation in history that isn't smarter then the previous.

    • +7

      I never got what NFT's were until I saw someone post a simple explanation for it.

      "Imagine everyone banging your wife because shes good looking, you don't really care though, you officially have the marriage certificate."

      Humans sure are fascinating creatures.

      • -1

        Bahaha! That's hilarious and kind of a great analogy…I'd include the fact they are banging a poorer quality and unofficial version too if it's just the right click and save version

    • -2

      I get where you are coming from if it's just an image, but there's heaps of ways NFT's can be applied and these are actually minted digital videos. I'll be the first to admit this is kind of a silly collecting way and really just a bit of fun with a false market…but I wouldn't simplify NFTs in the way you have.
      If you are keen to understand NFTs better you might want to read up more on the topic and digital ownership, blockchain etc or alternately don't and keep calling people "less smarter" for something you (from my observation) don't fully understand.

      • But I totally understand it. The magical blockchain doesn't do anything. I get this is supposed to be the new trading cards. But trading cards are physical assets, you can't just print your own (easily), but these anyone who can view it, can make an exact copy for free. That takes the scarcity out if the equation which makes something value.

        It's like selling handfuls of sand and salt water at a beach.

    • +1

      It's amazing how many people think the person who owns the NFT owns the actual digital thing. In most cases, they simply own basically a unique receipt linking to a digital thing. Where the NFT is procedurally created like Bored Apes, no copyright even exists as it was created by a computer.

      So go and right click I say. You're not even taking it from the NFT owner as they never owned it in the first place.

  • +3

    Jimbo you used to be cool…

    • -1

      Nah :P

    • -1

      Oh wait this was a Simpsons reference - love it!!! :D

  • +2

    If this site starts promoting NFT's I'll never visit it again.

  • +1

    I got into this a year ago just to see if I could make some cash. Currently up $150 USD. Not making much, bit is a bit of fun if you're into the NBA.

    Reminds me of the 90's, going to the newsagents spending my hard earned pocket money on a pack of cards and being thrilled by whatever I found inside - except now I get none of that

    • +1

      Thanks for the comment. Yeah I'm the same, have loaded about $30 in to my wallet and still have about $15 sitting in there and about 60 "moments" worth over $150 based on current sales.

      Not sure why some people are hating on NFT's….perhaps that old adage that people hate what they don't understand?

      • I got pretty lucky early on and sold a few moments for around $50 USD each

  • +1

    I just threw $50 in the bin, which seems like a better buy.

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