EIP-3782: Multi vanilla NFT standard for unicode-based logographic representation (deprecated)


A vanilla non-fungible token standard proposed by EIP-3754 combined with the established unicode system can create an on-chain logographic system for representing language characters that are logographs. Examples include hanzi in Mandarin, kanji in Japanese, hanja in Korean, and etc.


A logograph is a written character that represents a word or morpheme, whereas a unicode is an information technology standard for the consistent encoding, representation, and handling of texts. A vanilla NFT by EIP-3754 can naturally combine the two into a new system that is ideal for on-chain representation of the logograpic language systems.


On-chain chatting, blogs, micro-blogs systems can be built for communities using these languages with this new standard.

This one has been renamed as EIP-4341.