So, I Launched My First NFT Collection: Les Meufs

Back when I was a kid, I used to collect and be obsessed with Panini stickers. I can remember when once, one of my uncles (or was it my grandpa?) came home with at least 50 packets of cards (each containing 6 stickers). The thrill of opening the packets and then looking for the corresponding page and place in my booklet is unequaled to this day. The highlight of my youth, is probably an understatement! Subsequently, I collected stamps and other trinkets, but nothing as exciting as the panini stickers.

Well, the process of creating these NFTs, reminded me of my childhood.

But What is an NFT?

Don’t worry, you are not alone.

Here is the Wikipedia definition: “A non-fungible token (NFT) is a non-interchangeable unit of data stored on a blockchain, a form of digital ledger, that can be sold and traded. Types of NFT data units may be associated with digital files such as photos, videos, and audio.”

Still confused? Here I gathered a couple of videos that IMO will do a better job than I will ever do:

Today, the majority of NFT creators are males, but I can see how, in the future – more and more women and artists from all horizons will be interested in creating these!

Les Meufs (the girls in Parisian slang) is an NFT collection of women who love bold colors and fantastic fashion.

Here are my first ones, which you can digitally purchase on Opensea

Not ready for NFTs? No problems – if you’d like to purchase these actual beauties as posters for your office or living room, head to my website (and be patient while I am uploading them) if there is one you are specifically interested in, please let me know and I will prioritize!


Published by French Girl In Brooklyn

A blog about #ME: The Self-declared Woman of a Rich Ethnical and Cultural Background moving through life with a very unique lense - #WRECB

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