Tired of getting pennies from other photo marketplaces?

Discover advantages of NFT
Non-Fungible Token NFTs are tokens that we can use to represent ownership of unique items. They let us tokenise things like art, photos, collectibles, even real estate. They can only have one official owner at a time and they're secured by blockchain – no one can modify the record of ownership or copy/paste a new NFT into existence.
NFT stands for non-fungible token. Non-fungible is an economic term that you could use to describe things like your furniture, a song file, or your computer. These things are not interchangeable for other items because they have unique properties.
Fungible items, on the other hand, can be exchanged because their value defines them rather than their unique properties. For example, ETH* or dollars are fungible because 1 ETH* / $1 USD is exchangeable for another 1 ETH* / $1 USD.
*ETH is a cryptocurrency of the Ethereum blockchain network More on ETH Learn more about NFT
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Your photo sold on other marketplace, you get only from 15% to 40%

PHOTOCENTRA has ZERO FEE to photographers. You always get 100% of the photo price direct to your wallet. Photographers are rewarded for minting their work with $PHOTO tokens*

Up to 60% of $PHOTO tokens can be earned by the comunity by using NFT photo marketplace provided by PHOTOCENTRA

$PHOTO will be a native currency of the platform. Which will be used to buy photos and pay authors. That will ensure a growing demand for it
*20,000,000 (40%) $PHOTO tokens reserved for first uploaders (See chart below)

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Photographers reward program

Upload 2 photos to NFT photo marketplace and get $PHOTO token (when it is approved) as a reward for first 10,000,000 photos. Then 1 $PHOTO token for 4 photos for next 20 mio photos. 20,000,000 of tokens will be distributed for incentivising photographers. Tokens will be distributed according to the chart

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Fixed supply

Only 50,000,000 $PHOTO tokens will be created. All of the platform's fees will be used to buyback tokens to create value for holders

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Incentivizing community activity

60% of the $PHOTO tokens are reserved to incentivize community activity. Uploading photos, providing liquidity, contests and marketing activities

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Photocentra DAO ✨

The main goal is to transform Photocentra into a Decentralized Autonomous Organization DAO, where all decisions will be made independently by the community. Holders of $PHOTO tokens will be able to vote on governance decisions. Such as marketplace fees size, new features, moderator decisions, and photographers support decisions

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$PHOTO tokens distribution

40% (20,000,000) tokens will be distributed* among the photographers who uploaded photos as described in the Photographers reward program above

30% (15,000,000) investors part & funds for development team

10% (5,000,000) will be distributed among liquidity providers on Uniswap

5% (2,500,000) reserved to incentivize the marketing activities of the community (e.g. posting to social networks, contests, reviews, links, inviting friends)

10% (5,000,000) ILO presale (50% liquidity locked for 6 month)

5% (2,500,000) Uniswap liquidity pool

85% (all tokens except presale and liquidity) will be locked via Team lock for 6 months and then vested quarterly in exponentially growing shares for 2 years

50% of the funds raised on the ILO will be locked in liquidity pool for 6 month
*Distributed tokens must be claimed from your profile

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How to join?

Here are some good ways to use the platform for those who want to sell stock and art photos, earn money by providing liquidity, or be a member of photo community

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Stock photographers

Upload photos to the NFT Marketplace, earn money by selling photos and be rewarded with $PHOTO tokens
Explore marketplace

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Liquidity providers

Lock you tokens in Liquidity Pool and earn 0.3% on Uniswap with every exchange and paticipate in airdrops $PHOTO tokens for Liquidity Providers

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Join photo community

Become a member of the photo community. Upload photos, discuss, be inspired, get recommendations and feedback on your artwork
Explore photo community

$PHOTO token contract address

https://etherscan.io/token/0xa916e0cdc69ecffb33e780b60616e207bf675aa6


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Photocentra – Decentralized photo NFT marketplace & Photo community

Project roadmap 🗓️

Team is actively working on connecting the Marketplace to blockchain network and on solutions to reduce GAS fees so that photo minting will be free for photographers. The next goal is to create a mobile application so that everyday smartphone users can become photo content providers for the NFT Marketplace

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Non-fungible tokens (NFT) FAQ

NFTs are currently taking the digital art and collectibles world by storm. Digital artists are seeing their lives change thanks to huge sales to a new crypto-audience

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What's an NFT?

NFTs are tokens that we can use to represent ownership of unique items. They let us tokenise things like art, photos, collectibles, even real estate. They can only have one official owner at a time and they're secured by blockchain – no one can modify the record of ownership or copy/paste a new NFT into existence
NFT stands for non-fungible token. Non-fungible is an economic term that you could use to describe things like your furniture, a song file, or your computer. These things are not interchangeable for other items because they have unique properties
Fungible items, on the other hand, can be exchanged because their value defines them rather than their unique properties. For example, ETH* or dollars are fungible because 1 ETH* / $1 USD is exchangeable for another 1 ETH* / $1 USD
*ETH is a cryptocurrency of the Ethereum blockchain network More on ETH
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How do NFTs work?

  • Each token minted has a unique identifier
  • They're not directly interchangeable with other tokens 1:1. For example 1 ETH is exactly the same as another ETH. This isn't the case with NFTs
  • Each token has an owner and this information is easily verifiable
  • They live on blockchain and can be bought and sold on any blockchain-based NFT market
In other words, if you own an NFT
  • You can easily prove you own it
  • No one can manipulate it in any way
  • You can sell it, and in some cases this will earn the original creator resale royalties
  • Or, you can hold it forever, resting comfortably knowing your asset is secured by your wallet on blockchain
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Why is this important for photographers? 📷

The biggest use of NFTs today is in the digital content realm. That's because that industry today is broken. Content creators see their profits and earning potential swallowed by platforms
An artist publishing work on a social network makes money for the platform who sell ads to the artists followers. They get exposure in return, but exposure doesn't pay the bills
NFTs power a new creator economy where creators don't hand ownership of their content over to the platforms they use to publicise it. Ownership is baked into the content itself. When creators sell their content, funds go directly to them
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If you create or buy an NFT

  • You can easily prove you're the creator or owner
  • You determine the license type
  • You can earn royalties every time it's sold (if supported by the platform)
  • You can sell it on any NFT market or peer-to-peer. You're not locked in to any platform and you don't need anyone to intermediate
I am new to cryptocurrencies, what do I need to start?
All you need to do is set up an Ethereum wallet such as Metamask. You will be able to connect your account to the site and receive payments from your photo sales directly to your wallet. How to setup MetaMask
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The environmental impact of NFTs

Ethereum is currently going through a series of upgrades, known as Eth2, that will replace mining with staking. This will remove computing power as a security mechanism, and reduce Ethereum's carbon footprint by ~99.98% In this world, stakers commit funds instead of computing power to secure the network
The energy-cost of Ethereum will become the cost of running a home computer multiplied by the number of nodes in the network. If there are 10,000 nodes in the network and the cost of running a home computer is roughly 525 kWh per year. That's 5,250,000 kWh per year for the entire network
We can use this to compare Eth2 to a global service like Visa. 100,000 Visa transactions uses 149 kWh of energy. In Eth2, that same number of transactions would cost 17.4 kWh of energy or ~11% of the total energy. That's without considering the many optimisations being worked on in parallel to Eth2, like rollups. It could be as little as 0.1666666667 kWh of energy for 100,000 transactions.
Importantly this improves the energy efficiency while preserving Ethereum's decentralization and security. Many other blockchains out there might already use some form of staking, but they're secured by a select few stakers, not the thousands that Ethereum will have. The more decentralization, the more secure the system. More on environmental impact of NFTs
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What are DAOs? ✨ Why do we need them?

DAOs are an effective and safe way to work with like-minded folks around the globe
Think of them like an internet-native business that's collectively owned and managed by its members. They have built-in treasuries that no one has the authority to access without the approval of the group. Decisions are governed by proposals and voting to ensure everyone in the organisation has a voice
There's no CEO who can authorise spending based on their own whims and no chance of a dodgy CFO manipulating the books. Everything is out in the open and the rules around spending are baked into the DAO via its code Why do we need DAOs?
Starting an organisation with someone that involves funding and money requires a lot of trust in the people you're working with. But it’s hard to trust someone you’ve only ever interacted with on the internet. With DAOs you don’t need to trust anyone else in the group, just the DAO’s code, which is 100% transparent and verifiable by anyone
This opens up so many new opportunities for global collaboration and coordination. More on DAO
 
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