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October 29, 2021

ERC-721 vs ERC-1155: Mathematics for the Impatient

Marcos Sanchez
Head of Communications

Welcome to "Mathematics for the Impatient" with SKALE CTO and cofounder Stan Kladko.  This series is designed to take a look at the mathematics behind blockchain and present it in a way that is easily consumable and understandable.  Today's topic is one of those, you always wanted to know topics, ERC-721 vs ERC-1155 what's the difference?

---------Chapters-------------
0:00 Intro
0:16 ERC721 & ERC1155 definitions
11:11 Why use SKALE for NFTs?
15:34 conclusion

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