Everything about digital art and specific terms.

Digital collectibles are forms of digital assets or digital properties that can be purchased and stored online. These typically include unique or limited digital files such as games, digital art, music, or photographs.

Digital collectibles are often associated with blockchain technology and the notion of non-fungibility, meaning each digital object is unique and cannot be replaced with an identical digital object.

This offers collectors and artists a new and innovative way to exhibit or acquire artistic creations. Digital collectibles are still an emerging market, but are considered by many as the future of the art industry.

In the case of a generative digital collection, such as the "Eu, Mălăele" collection, each collectible is made up of several traits (e.g. head, eyes, mouth, body, object).

Some traits are rarer than others, contributing to the total rarity level of the collectible

(e.g. the wizard hat only appears 10 times in the entire collection, making it rarer than the clown hat, which appears 100 times)

A wallet is a digital wallet in which you can store coins or digital collectibles/assets.

Each wallet has a unique address that you can find under the "receive" tab and which you can use in various circumstances (to receive funds or collectibles, to sign up for whitelists, etc.).

The publication of a digital collectible on the blockchain for purchase is called "minting".

The word "mint" is also used to refer to the launch of a project. For example: the "Eu, Mălăele" collection will have its mint at the end of March.

When a collection launches, for a predetermined price, you can "mint" a collectible from that collection. Typically, the collectible you receive when minting is random, based on chance, and can be more common or rarer.

A "whitelist" or "allowlist" is a priority list that you can reach by winning contests or meeting certain conditions before the launch of a digital collectibles project. If you make it onto the list, you benefit from earlier access to minting the project, assuring a spot in case the demand is very high.

An airdrop refers to the free distribution of digital collectibles to a specific community of users.

To be eligible for an airdrop, users must meet certain criteria, such as owning certain collectibles or being actively involved in a specific community.

It is very important to know that you may receive private messages from people who claim to be part of a project team and ask for personal information or send suspicious links.

Scams are on the rise, and these individuals will use any means to try to steal your digital assets or personal data. Therefore, it is important to always carefully check any message or communication you receive. No official team member will initiate a private conversation with you to request personal information or encourage you to click on a suspicious link.

To protect yourself, only use the project's official links and carefully verify any information you receive. If you are unsure about the authenticity of a message or communication, do not provide any personal information or click on any links.

In addition, it is important to keep all passwords and authentication data safe and activate two-factor authentication (2FA) whenever possible. Take the necessary measures to protect your digital assets and personal data and do not fall into the scammers' trap.