Set in Block Reader
Read permanent messages and NFTs set in the Ethereum blockchain
Set in Block Writer
Decentralized creator tools for interacting with the Ethereum blockchain
Content Copyright Protection
Create a unique ID for your authentic work. It's a random looking 64 characters string.
Write this ID in the Ethereum blockchain. Optionally, upload the actual work file to IPFS.
Get a mathematically-based proof about the authorship and ownership of your work.
You can create a proof of existence and ownership for your authentic work, e.g. design, musical composition, source code, movie script, or anything else that is considered as intellectual property and falls under copyright protection law.

Censorship Resistant Permanent Messages

Blockchain messages are permanent, public and censorship resistant. They can be used for resolutions, declarations, confessions, and other public statements. You can claim something publicly, create an acknowledgment, or give credit, create a confession of love or record a fact of marriage.

Interesting or important content can be stored permanently in the blockchain, available for future generations, promoting long-term thinking. Below is a little permanent library of interesting and significant blockchain messages.
The Afterlife
Zorba the Buddha
Vitalik Buterin on burning SHIB tokens
First Things First Manifesto 2000
New Year's Resolution
1st Link Marine BigMacâ„¢ Platoon
Message from the POLY Network exploiter
A permanent breakup love-letter
SushiSwap CTO Resignation Message

Non-Fungible Tokens - NFTs
Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are records in the blockchain. They can represent some kind of an object, be it a digital image in JPG or any other format, a physical work of art, a piece of digital or physical land, a physical building, a digital building as an in-game item, and similar.

NFTs can be transferred from one user to another, traded on NFT marketplaces. New NFTs are created by the process called minting.
Set in Block NFT on Rinkeby Testnet

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