What are NFTs? NFT stands for non-fungible token, which basically means that it's a one-of-a-kind digital asset that belongs to you and you only. The most popular NFTs right now include artwork and music, but can also include videos and even tweets.
Based on distributed ledger technology, NFT crypto assets serve as a method of authentication for buyers of unique items, proving aspects such as ownership. NFTs became much more well known in 2020 and 2021. NFTs have potential for other use cases as well, such as companies tracking their internal resources or platforms verifying subscriptions and use.
What is an example of NFT? Non-fungible tokens can digitally represent any asset, including online-only assets like digital artwork and real assets such as real estate. Other examples of the assets that NFTs can represent include in-game items like avatars, digital and non-digital collectibles, domain names, and event tickets.
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