Blockchain: A way of storing data. All data stored on a blockchain is permanent, immutable, and open access.
Copyright: You own all the rights to the content you create and publish on Soltype (assuming it was yours to begin with). You will always hold your work’s copyright, even if you sell your written work. See: How do copyrights work on Soltype?
Carbon-negative: When the amount of carbon dioxide removed from the atmosphere is greater than the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by a single entity. Soltype has set the goal to become carbon negative by 2030. See: What is Soltype’s impact on the environment?
Gas fees: When you publish, buy, or sell on our platform, these actions are recorded on the Solana blockchain. The cost to record the data of these actions is called a gas fee. See: Does it cost anything to use Soltype?
Literary NFTs: A unique, digital piece of text. Because it is unique, it cannot be substituted or replaced by something else. See: What is a Literary NFT?
Minting: Minting refers to the process of uploading a digital object (e.g., a written work) to a blockchain. When that happens, an NFT is created to represent that digital object.
Phantom wallet: A digital wallet that allows you to securely receive money from every sale and purchase of written works on Soltype. It is also where all your NFTs are kept (incl. written works purchased through Soltype). See: How do I get started on Soltype?