NFT’s are erupting in the digital world with popularity, and it’s only in its infancy stages. Non-Fungible Token (NFT) is being welcomed in the form of a digital solution to collectibles that are similar to the ways in which Bitcoin was promoted as the digital solution to currency. Any digital asset that demonstrates real-world aspects such as music, art, movies and in-game goods are termed as an NFT. They form a part of Ethereum block-chain, where as Ethereum is a crypto-currently like Dogecoin and Bitcoin. However, its block-chain also facilitates the NFTs that accumulate additional information, which makes them unique in comparison of the ETH coin. The NFTs are usually purchased and traded on the virtual platform with the help of crypto-currency and are encoded through the same software like several other crypto-currencies. However, while crypto-currencies are fungible or that they can be exchanged or traded, NFTs have digital signatures that prevent them from being exchanged for or against one another. This makes them non-fungible. 

As you are already familiar with block-chain being the underlying process that facilitates the crypto-currencies. The creation of NFT from digital objects represents tangible, as well as, intangible items. They also serve as collector’s items that are only in digital format. So rather than purchasing an actual oil painting on the wall, a digital file is held by the buyer. They also obtain exclusive ownership rights. Its unique data facilitates verification of the transfer and ownership tokens among the owners. However, before you want to invest in NFTs, research and understand the risks associated with it. Investments are expanding their traditional limits. NFT’s are paving the way for that. It’s not only trade or in investments, NFT may expand to a vast range of applications. In our evolving digitalized world, we boost our financial literacy by keeping up with the latest trends.