That’s probably what a bunch of you are saying. You could google it for a quick definition. Think of a painting or a poster, something you visually like. It is that, but it is also something that gains value based on utility that the creator chooses to provide. Think of utility as having bonus value that is not obvious like – “if you own this NFT then you are able to sign up for a 1 hour coaching session once a month”. Suddenly this jpg image that is this thing called an NFT (non-fungible token) has more value than just being a jpg image that you can right-click save-as to your desktop, and there are people out there who will buy and sell them all day long.
That’s a quick version to get you caught up.
What I am doing with NFTs
Some of you are part of my small, but growing community of like-minded people, and I say that in the literal sense because we all have ADHD. We gather and share our stories and experiences surrounding ADHD.
I am also part of a community of creators; creators, who have bought in on an NFT collection of giraffe images.
Well now I am trying something myself, I have envisioned an NFT collection of giraffe artwork that represents feelings and situations that myself and others have experienced with ADHD.
Introducing ADHD Giraffes
Meir is a web developer who has been writing code since 2000. He enjoys his family, movies, cooking, golf, and bowling.