What's NFT Minting?

In simple terms, Minting NFT refers to the process of turning a digital file into a crypto collectible or digital asset on various blockchains. The digital item or file is stored in this decentralized database or distributed ledger forever, and it is impossible to edit, modify, or delete it. As is the process of uploading a specific item onto the blockchain is known as “minting”.
Or we can define “NFT Minting” as the process by which your digital art or digital content becomes a part of the blockchain. The NFT minting process turns a simple file into a crypto asset easily traded or bought with cryptocurrencies or Fiat on a digital marketplace without an intermediary.
During the minting process, the creator of the NFT can schedule royalties from every subsequent sale, which will be a commission he can receive whenever his work is sold to another person or is traded on the secondary market. Through this new technology, it is possible to sell digital artworks in the form of digital tokens where digital collectors can bid on auctions and pay with cryptocurrencies, thus opening up a new digital world for content creators and digital artists to monetize their digital content.
Research and uses of crypto-collectables became very popular after the digital artist Beeple, sold his digital image collage “Everydays: The First 5000 Days” for $69.3 million at an auction at the traditional auction house, Christie’s. With this sale, he made Beeple the third living artist after Jeff Koons and David Hockney.