NFT – who created?

The concept of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) was first proposed in a whitepaper by a person or group of people using the pseudonym “Bitcoin founder” in 2014. The whitepaper outlined the use of blockchain technology to create unique digital assets that cannot be replicated or exchanged for an equal value. However, the first implementation of NFTs was made by the CryptoKitties team in 2017, which was the first decentralized application built on Ethereum blockchain that allowed users to buy, sell and breed virtual cats represented as ERC-721 tokens, which are a type of NFTs. Since then, many other projects and platforms have implemented NFTs in various forms and for different purposes.

Antoine Durand

Written by Antoine Durand

Antoine Durand is a senior editor for eDieta in the NFT section and is based in New York.

Antoine is a creative and inquisitive person. His parents named him after the famous French writer and poet. Not surprisingly, it has become his pen name on the Internet since childhood.

Since Antoine is creative, he is very interested in digital art. He is an artist. And over time, he has retrained as a digital artist.

When the NFTs came along, he was very much attracted to this subject and his interest is still there today.

Antoine is an author in the NFT section.

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