Explore the latest trends in NFTs, Art and Collectibles.
There’s nothing like an explosion of blockchain news to leave you thinking, “Um… what’s going on here?” You might be wondering: what is an NFT, anyhow? After literal hours of reading, I think I know. I also think I’m going to cry.
NFTs are currently taking the digital art and collectibles world by storm. Digital artists are seeing their lives change thanks to huge sales to a new crypto-audience. And celebrities are joining in as they spot a new opportunity to connect with fans. But digital art is only one way to use NFTs. Really they can be used to represent ownership of any unique asset, like a deed for an item in the digital or physical realm.
IfIf you’re like me, you’ve probably spent the last decade hearing about blockchain technology and all the ways it’ll change the world. And at some point, you’ve probably wondered, “Hey… what the heck even is a blockchain?”
Heading down to your local crafts store and buying a canvas, some paints, and an easel is one way to invest in art – but not the way 🎨 While art owners can’t trade paintings or sculptures like a stock or bond, art is an asset class unto itself. Investors typically describe assets like art as “alternative investments”: like an ugly duckling, they’re often ignored, but many still turn into beautiful investment swans.