Minting your post means that you will create a 1 of 1 NFT of the post on the Ethereum blockchain. The NFT will contain the content of the post, data points surrounding its creation, the price history of its transaction value, any and all of its previous owners signatures, and its original creator's "digital autograph." This NFT will live on the Ethereum blockchain essentially forever, enabling value in its certified uniqueness and scarcity.

You can view the actual NFT post by clicking the icon next to its owner's name in the history box underneath the post. You will be directed to OpenSea (off of Cent), which is a public database for NFTs minted on Ethereum.

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