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Know what is NFT

Mumbai: These days the name of NFT is very much discussed in the market. Big Bollywood celebrities are preparing to launch different NFTs. Its full name is a nonfungible token (NFT). In the time of digitization, you need to know about NFT. This is not just a token but can also be a good option for you to earn and invest.

What is NFT?
NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token. NFT is a crypto token just like bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies. NFTs are unique tokens, these are digital assets that generate value. For example, if two people have bitcoins, they can exchange them. NFTs can be found in digital assets such as digital art, music, films, games, or in any collection.

NFTs cannot be exchanged. Because these are unique art pieces and each token is unique in itself. This digital token receives a valid certificate of ownership. Any person whose art falls in this category, his art gets a certificate of ownership. The digital certificate ensures that it cannot be duplicated. In a way, it gives the right to copyright.

Fast-growing NFT market
According to DappRadar, a research firm, the total value of NFTs issued on the Ethereum blockchain today is $14.3 billion, up from around $340 million last year. According to a study conducted in March by market research firm Harris, 11% of Americans say they have bought NFTs. Which is only a few percent (ie 1 percent) less than people buying in the commodity market.

Another analyst, Jefferies, says that the value of NFTs will double in the next year and reach $80 billion by 2025. In addition, the usage of the token will also increase very rapidly. Over time, it can prove useful both digitally and physically.

How does NFT work
Non-fungible tokens can be used for digital assets or goods that are indistinguishable from each other. This proves their worth and uniqueness. They can provide approval for everything from virtual games to artwork. NFTs cannot be traded on standard and traditional exchanges. These can be bought or sold in digital marketplaces.

With the help of these, any painting, poster, audio, or video can be bought and sold like normal things in the digital world. In return, you get digital tokens called NFTs. You can think of NFT as a new round of auctions. People earn money by doing NFT to any artwork or any such thing which is not a second copy in the world.

NFTs live on an open blockchain system, so the transactions involved are publicly viewable. It is actually a unique and non-modifiable data unit stored in a digital ledger (blockchain). In NFTs, digital ownership of an asset is given using blockchain technology.

Research on NFTs is still limited, and focuses mostly on technical aspects, such as copyright regulations; components, protocols, standards, and desired properties; new blockchain-based protocols to trace physical goods; and the implications that NFTs have on the art world, in particular as they allow to share secondary sale royalties with the artist. Empirical studies aiming at characterizing properties of the market have focused on a limited number of NFT collections, such as CryptoKitties, Cryptopunks, and Axie, or on a single NFT market, such as Decentraland or super rare. These analyses revealed that the digital abundance of NFTs in digital games has led to a substantial decrease in their value, and that, even if NFT prices are driven by the prices of cryptocurrencies, the NFT market could be prone to speculation. Further, it was shown that NFTs valued by experts are more successful, and that, based on 16,000 NFTs sold on the super rare market, the structure of the NFT co-ownership network is highly centralized and small-world-like.