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Pablo Soria de Lachica, Co-Founder of Kartoshka, Examines How to Protect NFT Creators and Buyers

Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, offer unique digital art forms or rare online pieces of history to collectors and investors, allowing art lovers to savor new creators in a modern setting. However, much like traditional works of art, these pieces can be stolen and sold without the artist receiving any credit or profiting from their work. “The only difference between paintings and NFTs is the medium through which art collectors can appreciate them,” says forex expert Pablo Soria de Lachica, co-founder of Kartoshka. “These NFTs can be stolen, copied online, or sold without the creator’s knowledge. Fortunately, there is a variety of ways to ensure that the NFT a person wishes to purchase has been ethically produced and traded.”

NFTs present an artist with the opportunity to get their due credit and make a name for themselves. Creators can register digital art and files as one-of-a-kind and also work their signatures into the blockchain, which allows them to gain further recognition among peers and collectors. Buyers who are serious about sourcing their art ethically should look beyond the big NFT sites and consider purchasing from smaller platforms. Currently, the market boasts a multitude of websites that allow collectors and investors a chance to talk to an artist. Moreover, NFTs help independent content creators to establish their own communities, with enthusiasts also having the option to join an online network that is built around a favorite theme, such as the Bored Ape line of NFTs.

A constant presence in the news these days are stories about investments held for ransom by malicious online actors. An NFT buyer can protect their collection with a cold-storage hardware wallet that maintains multifactor authentication within its own unit, making it impossible for hackers to access. Many people who buy NFTs on major sites tend to store their tokens in software wallets provided by the platform. Unfortunately, this software resides online and is not stored in a physical piece of hardware, so hackers can breach it and steal any precious goods contained within the wallet. Other means of storing NFTs include the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), which provides enhanced protection against hacks.

Additionally, experts recommend accessing these sites and wallets using a virtual proxy network (VPN) that masks internet activity and locations. Users who log into their wallets, whether hardware or software versions, should always remember to log out when they are finished. 

Pablo Soria de Lachica has made a name for himself as a leading authority on currency exchange. By generating and disseminating educational materials like webinars, emails, and blog entries, the renowned international trader aims to assist his clients in reaching their financial objectives. Pablo Soria de Lachica’s most recent project is Kartoshka, a company dedicated to promoting the latest technology for sales, telemarketing, and customer support.

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Contact Info:
Name: Pablo Soria de Lachica
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Organization: Kartoshka
Phone: (800) 588-3618

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