The NFT-craze, which started in 2020, is still at large. These digital identifiers serve to identify owners of goods, such as photos, videos, and audio files. Each non-fungible token (NFT) is unique, meaning that if you own an NFT, you possess the only instance of it in existence. Think of NFTs like artworks – there’s only one Mona Lisa in existence, and it is non-fungible as it cannot be exchanged for another Mona Lisa. This makes NFTs different from cryptocurrency, which is fungible – a Bitcoin you have and a Bitcoin someone else has do not differ whatsoever.
NFTs have been selling for crazy money recently, with the three most expensive ones reaching the astronomical figures of $91.8 million, $69 million and $56 million, respectively. And new NFTs are frequently created or minted in the NFT jargon. So that readers can stay informed about noteworthy minting events and maybe even purchase an NFT themselves (don’t worry, there are also cheap ones), we frequently update our NFT Mint Calendar.