WHAT ARE NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens)Part 1.

NFTs are taking the art and gaming worlds by storm — but what are they exactly?

The term NFT has been all over the news lately, mostly relating to large sums of money(i’m sure you must have heard of the $69.3 million sale).However, you might be wondering what all the fuss is about. We’re here to help if you’re not sure what an NFT — or non-fungible token — is or how they function.

This guide will teach you everything you need to know about NFTs, including what they are, how they function, why they’ve sparked debate, and how you can participate.


This is probably the first question you must have asked yourself ,In essence, an NFT is a collectible digital asset that has value both as a cryptocurrency and as a piece of art or culture. NFTs are being seen as a value-holding investment in the same way that art is. But how you may ask?

In essence, an NFT is a collectible digital asset with value as a cryptocurrency as well as as a work of art or culture. NFTs are being seen in the same way as art is as a long-term investment.

NFT stands for non-fungible token, which is a form of cryptocurrency similar to Bitcoin and Ethereum. However, unlike a regular coin on the Bitcoin blockchain, an NFT is one-of-a-kind and cannot be traded for other NFTs (hence, non-fungible).

So, what distinguishes an NFT from a standard cryptocurrency? The file contains additional data, elevating it above pure currency and allowing it to be used for, well, something. NFTs come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but they may be a piece of digital art or a music file — something special that can be stored digitally and considered valuable.In essence, they are similar to any other physical collector’s piece, except that instead of receiving an oil painting on canvas to hang on your wall, you receive a JPG file.


NFTs are individual tokens that are part of the Ethereum blockchain and provide additional details. The important part is the extra material, which enables them to be represented as art, music, video (and so on), in the form of JPGs, MP3s, images, GIFs, and other formats. They are valuable because they are valuable.They can be bought and sold much like other forms of art, and their value is primarily determined by market and demand, as it is with physical art.

That doesn’t mean that there is only one digital edition of an NFT art available for purchase on the internet. Copies of an NFT are still legitimate parts of the blockchain, much as art prints of an original are made, used, purchased, and sold — but they may not have the same value as the original.

Don’t assume that by right-clicking and saving a picture of an NFT, you’ve hacked the system. Since your downloaded file does not contain the details that makes it part of the Ethereum blockchain, don’t get your hopes up it’s not worth much . Does that make sense?


NFTs can be purchased on a number of sites, depending on what you want to buy (for example, if you want to buy baseball cards, you can go to a place like eBay).Other marketplaces, on the other hand, offer more generalised items). You’ll need a wallet that’s unique to the platform you’re buying on, as well as cryptocurrencies to put in it.

Many forms of NFT are often published as ‘drops’ due to high demand (much like in events, when batches of tickets are often released at different times). This means that when the drop begins, there will be a frenzied rush of hopeful customers, so be sure to register and get your wallet filled up ahead of time.

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