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Before minting my first NFT I needed to decide which platform to mint on. There are quite a few out there now, and after researching my options I chose to mint on Twinci. My rationale was, Twinci is on the Binance chain so the gas fees were lower for both minting and buying, and Twinci is fairly young with a clear vision of where they aim to be in the next year. Plus I thought, how fun it would be to get in at the beginning and watch them grow. Twinci has a very friendly community on telegram with dedicated moderators to keep the community safe. You can shill you NFT there, get in on special events, and get good advice on how to use their platform. All in all, Twinci was a good place to start, and I am rooting for them to succeed and end up being the…

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If you want to convert a prepaid Visa gift card to crypto, your options are limited, you could sell your card on an app like Paxful or CardCoins, but right from the start you will probably lose thirty to sixty percent off the value of your card, and you will have few options on how to manage your crypto. I have found the most cost effective way, and the path that gives you the most control over managing your crypto, is converting your card to cash through PayPal, and then making your crypto purchase on Coinbase using your PayPal funds. Although Coinbase does accept credit card purchases, like most crypto platforms, they will not accept payment via a prepaid debit card. PayPal If you don’t already have a PayPal account, it is fairly easy to sign up for a free personal account.  Once you are signed up and logged  into…

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It is all the rage in the crypto world these days, nonfungible token’s, otherwise known as NFT’s. What are they? Is this just a fad, or are we on the verge of a new type of crypto currency? I dove right into this crypto world, trying to do so without a bank account to see if I could figure it out. It took me about three weeks until I finially was able to mint my first NFT. I will walk you through my journey on things I discovered, from crypto currency, crypto wallets, gas fees and bunny swaps. But first, what is an NFT? A non-fungible token (NFT) is a piece of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital file to be unique. Unlike a Bitcoin or Euthereum token, where the value of each coin or token is exactly the same, an NFT’s value…

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