AI-generated non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are becoming more popular in the art community.
According to Cointelegraph, the NFTs are based on algorithms, which are used by computers to create images that resemble art. Claire Silver is one of the artists who has actively been digging into the potential of AI-based tokens over the past few months. Silver noted that even though AI-powered NFT art is a relatively new genre, it expands creative possibilities. Silver added:
Being able to work with an AI to bring your ideas to life is an experience like no other, it augments creativity in a way that feels like freedom, a type of play you haven't experienced since you were a child.
To create such NFTs, Silver uses a text-to-art generator called "Eponym." Developed by AI art company Art AI, the Eponym kit lets artists create artwork based on the text of their choice and then post those creations directly to NFT marketplaces.
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And it seems that such tokens are gaining momentum quite rapidly as the first project developed on the Eponym kit was sold out overnight on OpenSea.