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NFTs are one of the most talked about topics in finance, however, they are far from understood. Most people simply understand them as a digital image that magically has value, but few even have a grasp on the basics of NFTs. In case you’ve forgotten on simply don’t recall, let’s do a quick review of NFTs. Non-Fungible Tokens or NFTs are simply digital assets that live on a blockchain (such as Ethereum or Solana). The NFTs themselves mostly consist of an encrypted image or video file, accompanied by a digital signature that cannot be duplicated, giving buyers the assurance that their purchase is an authentic copy. This non-fungible quality is what the blockchain allows to happen. This means that anything digital could be sold as an NFT, from digital art to music or an x-ray of someone’s teeth (which actually happened). Most projects don’t sell well and fail, but many that are successful seem to stay within a price range, have strong marketing teams, and some level of intrinsic appeal – whether that be aesthetic or a social signal. Some people are interested in investing in NFTs rather than selling or creating them have taken them on board like any other speculative asset, where you buy it in hope that the value of it goes up someday, so you can sell it for a profit.

As the market for NFTs has matured, and people have become more aware of the idea, some interesting developments have started to take place. The most recent of which includes the national government of Britain deciding to mint its own non-fungible token, as part of a push toward becoming a “world leader” in the cryptocurrency space. The move seems promising for the U.K, who is concurrently promoting security measures over the crypto industry through its Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) organization. What do you think about this government adoption of NFTs? And does it make any sense?

I am not a financial advisor and my comments should never be taken as financial advice. Investments come with risk, so always do your research and analysis beforehand.

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