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So if you say “I minted that photo” It can mean you made a smart contract and made the photo mintable by others AND it can mean, you minted an edition of the photo from the contract ??? Who is fixing this
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same as on-chain and onchain. one will have to give it up and find something else.
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Agree! https://warpcast.com/kyle/0xc0a015
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@harpaljadeja
technically minting means the 2nd. deploying means the 1st.
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artists don’t like the word deploy, so mint is shape-rotated to fit the purpose
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@filmo
Runes can be etched and/or minted. Just saying. 🎭
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I distinguish between the two by saying the former is publishing, the latter is minting.
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@feven
i have never heard anyone use the term minting to describe deploying a contract sir
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@alecpap
Die making? Die casting? Not as catchy as minting
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@qsteak.eth
Minting is minting. Deploying a contract is not minting. You could first deploy the contract and then mint it. I would assume anyone saying that “ is referring to the second.
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