NFTs (non-fungible tokens) are unique cryptographic tokens that exist on a blockchain and cannot be replicated. NFTs can represent real-world items like artworks or event tickets, with the
appropriate value. "Tokenizing" real-world tangible assets makes buying, selling, and trading them more efficient while reducing the probability of fraud. Being immutable, tokenization also works
for authentication purposes. In these examples of the use of NFTs our experts shine a light on some of their interesting uses.
Art is a supremely personal topic – some only buy what they like to look at, others use art as an investment. In our shoutout “Art NFTs: 21st Century Fad or Philanthropic Trend”,
a foremost expert in art NFTs gives insights into why the Beeple piece he auctioned last year at Christie’s was a watershed moment in the art NFT world, and what we can expect in this space in
In the shoutout "Tokenizing Access – Not All NFTs Have to Be Financialized", a frontrunner in how NFTs build relationships between artists and their audiences – and other
friends! – talks about NFTs morphing into online communities that may be shaping the future of friendship.