Let’s celebrate the glorious month of Merdeka by capturing priceless classic Malaysian Moments, the unique melting pot of daily crossover culture and habits that are unmistakably the ways of Malaysians.

Congrats to our Top 10 finalists of our #ClassicMalaysianMoments contest! You are now a few steps away from owning these Limited Edition NFT!

Redeem & Purchase Period: 19 September 2022 - 16 October 2022


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NFTs or non-fungible tokens, are unique, non-fungible digital assets stored on the blockchain. Each NFT is associated with a unique identification code and specific metadata that distinguishes them from one another. NFTs are unique and not mutually interchangeable, which means no two NFTs can be the same. Popular formats for NFTs include, but are not limited to: digital artwork, in-game items, videos, audio files, etc.
The value of an NFT comes from its utility. The NFT itself might not necessarily contain any intrinsic value, but it can be a token that represents/is associated with a useful attribute that empowers its holder. For example, a very common utility that NFTs provide users is access. “Access to what?” you might ask: access to an exclusive community with members of similar interests.
Traditional works of art such as paintings are valuable because they are one of a kind. But digital files can be easily and endlessly duplicated.With NFTs, an artwork can be “tokenised” to create a digital certificate of ownership that is recorded and stored on a public ledger called the blockchain. These NFTs are bought and sold via a crypto-currency.The records cannot be forged because the ledger is maintained by thousands of computers around the world. NFTs can also contain smart contracts that may give the artist, for example, a cut of any future sales of the token.
NFTs aren’t cryptocurrencies, but just like crypto, NFTs are also stored and traded on the blockchain. Crypto are often used to purchase NFTs.
The metadata and smart contracts that NFTs keep a record of its ownership by some entity or person on the blockchain. That record acts as a digital pink slip.
It depends on whom you ask. Artists, musicians, athletes, celebrities, and others find NFTs attractive because they offer a new and unique way to sell their wares — including things like GIFs, memes, and tweets — directly to fans. NFTs also provide artists an opportunity to receive royalty fees every time their work is sold to a new owner. Many art galleries, auction houses, and even reputable museums have begun to exhibit NFT collections because of their recent popularity, but many people in the art world are still not as quick to join the bandwagon. People who value physical art and its “real-world” utility are amongst many who bet against the NFT landscape as the successor of the art industry.