Internet developments in the twenty-first century can be frightening and perplexing. Some believe the current world has become a minefield of Escher-esque anomalies, from popular TikTok mashups to music playlists with odd titles.
Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, are the most recent crypto craze to sweep the globe. NFTs are blockchain-based assets that can be shown to be one-of-a-kind thanks to identifying information stored in smart contracts, and their popularity (and price) has skyrocketed in the last year.
Artists, singers, sportsmen, and dream chasers are all selling their unique, non-replicable woes, from artwork to music records and everything in between.
Snoop Dogg released an NFT collection named “A Journey with the Dogg” as one of the most recent NFT debuts. Snoop’s early memories, NFT-inspired artwork, an original music called “NFT,” and “Snoop Dogge Coins” (get it, DOGE fans? ), which will be an open piece available for one hour only, are all included in the collection.
Tony Hawk, the legendary skateboarder, announced the release of a tokenized film on Ethernity Chain showing off his last ever 540-degree ollie. The NFT allows someone to possess the final footage of the retiring pro skater completing the trick in perpetuity.