NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token, consider it as a special digital certificates that show you own something unique on the internet. Unlike regular money or cryptocurrencies that can be swapped for each other, NFTs are like one-of-a-kind trading cards in the digital world.

NFTs use blockchain technology, which is like a secure digital record book. Imagine it as a gallery that keeps really good track of who owns each artwork and keep a reliable history. With NFTs, you can prove that your digital art is truly yours. It’s like putting your name on your artwork, but in the digital space. Each NFT is embedded with metadata that verifies its authenticity, ownership history, and details about the asset.

Furthermore, NFTs present an innovative approach to monetising digital creations. Unlike traditional art markets, where income is limited to the initial sale, artists receive royalties from every resale in the future.

Digital platforms enable artists to exhibit and sell their works without the constraints of geographical limitations. This increased accessibility changes the way art is noticed, gives broader recognition and creating opportunities for collaborations.

NFTs create a global community of artists and collectors united by their shared interest in art and technology. Owning an NFT isn’t merely acquiring a digital file; it’s about owning a piece of a digital legacy, like having a unique autographed poster. As NFTs continue to gain traction, they’re shaping a future where digital ownership is just as important as physical possession.

And if you want to see how this works in action, check out my NFT 1/1 collection on Foundation here

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