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An NFT platform just for books is launching soon and I, for one, cannot wait.

Updated: Jan 18, 2022

Allowing book lovers to purchase unique digital versions of works from their favorite authors seems like the natural progression of the ever-growing web 3.0 ecosystem.

I should mention though, that I am an investor in this company. Just so you know.

The decentralized, digital, blockchain, web 3.0, revolution, as I am sure will come as no surprise to you, is beginning to gain acceptance on "main street". Am I right?

I mean, no longer is the topic of crypto and other digital assets relegated to the dark(er) corners of the internet.

Folks like you and I - those of us who spend almost no time at all on apps like Telegram, Poocoin, Opensea, and the rest - are now starting to acclimate ourselves to the idea that the future is indeed digital. Digital workspaces, digital money, digital everything.

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And let me tell you this. As an extreme introvert, I freaking love where things are going. I find (purposeless) human-to-human interactions to not be without the inevitable demoralizing outcome(s). But that's a story for another day.

Lately, I have committed to investing in and exploring (not necessarily in that order) the realms of blockchain, The Metaverse, NFTs, and all of that stuff.

I spend many a night searching various online destinations looking for anything I can find that will bring me one step closer to understanding this digital revolution that is undeniably upon us all.

So imagine my elation when I found out about NFT Books. I cannot remember exactly where I read about this Startup firm that had launched a native cryptocurrency token (NFTBS) on the Binance Smart chain.

One that is meant to power their upcoming, currently in beta, platform.

I cannot recall, but all I know is that the team's proposed project spoke to me in ways that hit right at the heart of one of my favorite pastimes: Writing.

I think the native token had just launched and I had to secure a few for myself.

Allowing book lovers access to unique digital copies of works from their favorite authors was an idea I could get behind. Being a bit of an Author myself, I could see where the team was going with this idea.

This was an application of the all-inclusive power of blockchain that made sense to a dummy like me.

Anyway, needless to say, I am looking forward to the upcoming launch of the front-end app., and plan to publish some of my books as NFTs.

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