Some people are making a mint out of NFTs, and almost everyone can try their luck and experience the emerging niche.
If you’ve been following the crypto industry, you might have noticed just an ever-so-slight buzz around nonfungible tokens, that is unless you’ve been locked down in an NFT-proof bunker for the last year.
Originally developed to be used in collectible trading-card games, NFTs can represent any unique assets whose scarcity and ownership can be proven on a blockchain. The development of the technology has since seen NFTs come to be used for a whole host of in-game assets, digital collectibles, unique artworks and so much more.
But if your surname isn’t Guggenheim, you don’t understand why grown adults get so excited about Doctor Who or Star Trek, and your gaming career consists of briefly downloading Candy Crush to your mobile phone, why should you care?
Well, because some of these digital assets are selling for obscene amounts of money.