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.
If Andy Warhol had been born in the late 90s, he probably would have minted Campbell's Soup as an NFT. It's only a matter of time before Nike puts a run of Jordans on Ethereum. And one day owning your car might be proved with an NFT.