NFT stands for “non-fungible token” and is a unique cryptographically secured token that (compared to fungible tokens such as Bitcoins) is not exchangeable. Thus, each token is a unique piece and cannot be replicated or destroyed. The ownership of the token, which is traded on open, decentralized marketplaces, is regulated and protected via smart contracts on the blockchain (often Ethereum).
There is one way to get a Banity. After announcing of a newly-minted Banity on our Website, we will make the first launch on third-party websites. Each Banity is offered at a fixed price and sold to the fastest bidder. Make sure you never miss a post. Subscribe today to our official social media channels and we will keep you informed.
The market place for Banity is not on this website. A Banity follow the BEP-20 token standard on Binance Smart Chain that extends ERC-20, the most common Ethereum token standard, and, as such, can be transferred freely amongst Ethereum wallets. We have no control over users who create markets for Banity on third-party websites.
That simple! The pattern that can be found in the public address is highlighted in bold in an easily identifiable manner. All public addresses have at least 8 human-readable letters.
In order to own a Bitcoin vanity address with 8 human-readable letters – let’s say kindness -, someone has to generate 588 private keys before a random chance occurs, which on average starts with "1kindness". The longer the vanity address is, the more difficult it becomes on average to find such address.
If you scroll through the gallery, you will find that those with 8 letters are the majority of the 1001 Banitys in total. This is because the difficulty increases exponentially.
If you own a Banity NFT, you can request the private key of the valid Bitcoin address. To do this, you will need to redeem your NFT token by clicking "Redeem" on the Banity.com website.
Banity - brought to you by DECOM Switzerland - has taken all possible security precautions when handling the private keys. Nevertheless, we cannot give any guarantees, as we simply cannot determine whether the theft was caused by the wallet's owner, a previous owner or elsewhere.