NFTs crypto coins, price explained

NFTs crypto price, coins, explained










A non-fungible token (NFT) is a non-transferable unit of data that may be sold and traded and is held on a blockchain, a type of digital ledger.

Digital media such as photographs, videos, and audio may be connected with several types of NFT data units.

NFTs differ from most fungible cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, in that each token is uniquely identifiable.

Although NFT ledgers purport to give a public certificate of authenticity or proof of ownership, the legal rights that an NFT conveys can be ambiguous.

NFTs do not prevent the creation of NFTs with identical associated files, nor do they restrict the sharing or copying of the underlying digital files. They also do not convey the copyright of the digital files.

NFTs have been criticized for the high energy costs and carbon footprint associated with validating blockchain transactions, as well as their widespread use in art scams. A Ponzi scheme has been used to describe the NFT market.

10 ways of Explaining NFTs, in the Simplest ways possible A Sweet THREAD.

The Buzz about NFTs have become really disturbing. My friends have had to ask me, what is this NFT thing, people have been

saying all around.


Now, how do I explain without mentioning terms like Metaverse, Web3 and the rest of these Jargon. In this article, I will Explain NFTs in the simplest way, even a 4-year-old will understand or at least, I will try.

Here are 10 Things to simply understand NFTs like a 4-year-old.


1. NFT is an abbreviation for NON-FUNGIBLE TOKENS. “Non-Fungible” is simply an English word, a synonym for something that is Unique, and also means that there can only be one version of it. $1 Note is Fungible,

meaning there are tons of $1 notes printed and if I exchange 1$ note with another $1 note, I will still get the same thing and the same value. However, If I have the Mona Lisa

Painting, that is Non-Fungible! There is only one of the Original Painting. If I decide to exchange it, I cannot get the same Original Mona Lisa Painting again. Any other version will be fake or a duplicate. “Token” on the other hand, can be referred to a thing, serving as a tangible representation or a voucher or

a ticket for something. Thus, if you put the two together, it can simply mean a unique tangible representation or a ticket of a

particular digital piece of art. Now, NFTs can be in form of an ART, MUSIC, VIDEO or any form of art or piece created.


2. For easy understanding, when you think of NFTs, I want you to think of Artwork Collections in a Physical Art Gallery.

For example, Nike Art Gallery in Nigeria or Louvre Museum in France.

Now, when you understand what they do in Art Gallery, it becomes easier – Creating Arts, Holding Exhibitions. Bidding, sale and collections of these Arts and everything else they do in a physical Art Gallery.


NFTs are basically the Digital representation of what we do in Art Galleries, well, just with a bit of more frenzy and advantages.


3. There are different players when it comes to the NFT space. You can either be a “Creator” or a “Collector”. Creators, as the name implies, are those that create the Arts (The NFTs) While “Buyers” or “Collectors” are those that buy from them.


Some have argued that there is a difference between a Buyer and a Collector. They say Buyers are those that just buy and resell almost immediately the price or the value of the NFT has increased, and they make their Profits, while Collectors are those that buy these arts and keep for long-term. (maybe hoping to sell in the future or just having it in their possession)


4. Now, that you understand that NFTs are basically what we do in the Art Galleries in the physical world, but it is done here in the digital world. Now, where do we go to buy and sell these Arts on the Digital space? That place is called MARKETPLACE.


A MARKETPLACE is basically like the “Art Gallery” where you go to exhibit, bid and buy your NFTs. The most popular NFT MARKETPLACE at the point of this writing is called OPEN SEA.


The website is open sea However, there are several Marketplaces on the Internet, there is RARIBLE, SOLANART, BINANCE NFT MARKETPLACE and others. On these Marketplaces, as a Creator, you can go and exhibit or sell your NFT and as a buyer or collector, buy an NFT.


As a buyer or Collector, It is always advisable to know the particular NFT you want to buy already before entering the Marketplace, so you that you do not get confused by the myriads of NFTs you see on these Marketplaces.

5. Of course, when you go to a physical Art Gallery to purchase an Artwork, you hold your money. Now, in the digital Art Gallery of NFTs which is The Marketplace, you hold your digital money too which are Cryptocurrencies. Different Marketplaces accept different Digital Money.


Each Marketplace stipulate the exact digital money or Cryptocurrency they will accept for you to exhibit or purchase an Art from them. For Example, OPENSEA collects strictly

ETHEREUM, While SOLANART collects Solana and BINANCE NFT MARKETPLACE collects Bnb, Busd and Usdt.


As such, you need to know the type of money the Marketplace you are going to use collects to be able to exhibit or buy your



6. I get many questions like since all these Arts Are Digital, can’t someone easily just download them or even take a screenshot or a screen record of them. That is where the

Blockchain Technology comes in.


The Blockchain Tech. is one of the best things to happen in the digital space at large. When an NFT or a digital Art is created, it is stored on the Blockchain Technology Network, which will serve as a ledger or a record keeping book to show the originality and the authenticity of the NFT.


The Blockchain will show all the information concerning the NFT which will include the Creator, the current owner, the history of how the NFT came to existence and the different

prices it has been sold for. Another good thing? It is available for everyone to see. Thus, when someone claims to own an NFT, you can easily check on the Blockchain Technology Network to confirm the authenticity.


7. How do you make money via NFTS? I know this is the part that might you get more interested. See you, you like money

too much. Well, who doesn’t? Like earlier stated, there are different players in the NFT space. You can either be a Creator

or Collector/Buyer.


If you are a Creator, you can create a Collection of different NFTs. Each of these NFTs in this collection will be going for a

price you set it at and when a buyer sees and buys it, you make your money.


As a Collector or a buyer, when you purchase an NFT, you become the owner and you also decide the price you want to resell it and another juicy part is that, there is a feature that comes in selling NFT, that even when it gets resold from another person to the next, you will still get a particular amount of money, like a royalty. Yes, it is that nice.


8. It should be noted however, that NFTs are not only for you to make money and buy and sell. It also has great benefits, subject to different NFTs and what they offer. Some Creators who are Musicians or Artistes gives the collectors of their NFTs free access to their Live physical events and shows.


Falzthebahdguy & BNXN are doing something related with their NFTs.


I even heard an Airline is also offering extra meals and other services to holders of their NFTs. The list is numerous.


9. I will be mentioning and explain some popular terms used in NFTs Transactions.

FLOOR PRICE. This simply means the lowest amount you can purchase an NFT in a particular Collection of NFTs.


MINT. Most of the time, Creators love to launch their NFTs on their personal website before launching it on these popular



So after it is launched on their website, some of the people who are privy to that website can buy it there and that is called

“minting”- basically buying it before becomes very public.


WL {WhiteList}. This is more like a ticket or access that Creators give buyers to go mint on their website before it becomes public on Marketplaces.They get more advantage

because the price will most likely be cheaper on their website, before it goes on public on the Marketplace.


RUG PULL. This is basically when someone creates a fake or duplicate of a real NFT, claims to be the owner and decide to

sell it. The buyer that buys it, is said to have been rug-pulled.


He has been scamed and bought a Fake NFT.

There are others terms, but I will stop here. You can easily do more of your own research about these terms.


10. The truth is, whether we like it not, NFTs are here to stay. However, not all NFTs will do well, as a matter of fact, many will not last.

Having the right amount of knowledge on how to operate in the space will help you go a long way.


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