Should I use Marlowe or Plutus to create my token? I also want to create a TCG in which my token will have an utility. Where should i start? (tutorial, how-to, examples ...).

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Both, Plutus and Marlowe are smart contract languages. Plutus is a library built on top of Haskell, while Marlowe is based on Plutus. Marlowe should be used by business engineers or financial experts rather than developers. Marlowe is like a financial constructor with a browser-based Contract Editor and simulator. The answer is obvious – for trading card game (TCG) development use Plutus.

Non-fungible token (NFT) in Cardano, however, doesn't require to create smart contact. It's minted as its native asset.

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