OpenSea, a leading NFT marketplace, recently made creator royalties optional on its platform.
The decision, which took effect on Aug. 31, has prompted many NFT artists and creators to look for other platforms to sell their work.
NFTs are digital tokens that can represent unique and scarce assets, such as art, music, or collectibles.
They offer a new way for creators to monetize their work, as they can receive a cut of the sales every time an NFT is bought or resold.
This is known as a royalty fee, and it can provide a steady income stream for independent artists.
Zancan, a generative artist who uses a pseudonym, is one of the many creators who hope to benefit from NFT royalties.