When an author mints a token, they must specify what the hodler can do with the attached asset. The author and hodler will initially be the same person; but the token could be traded in the future.
This information will be added to the token's metadata.
You should select one of the following declarations:
1. I'm a photographer. I want to sell a stock photograph that the future hodler can use on their commercial website.
2. I'm a musician. I want to sell a token that will give entry to my next gig.
I attach some artwork to the token as a collectible. I don't mind the hodler using the artwork for their own non-commercial purposes.
3. I'm a game designer. I want to sell a token that will represent a sword in my computer game.
I do not want the future hodler to use the attached artwork in any way without consent.
The value lies with what the token gives the hodler in my game.
Select No License.
View the license agreement here