What is NFT ? Why is it so trendy? How to invest in NFT?

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What is NFT ? Why is it so trendy? How to invest in NFT?

Have you ever thought you really like a picture?
Or for example have a stake in the creation of a popular game ?
How much is it worth ? And how can it be done?

This is the most popular new trend – collecting digital art through digital tokens, with the acronym NFT.
NFT stands for non-fungible token, or translated into English – non-fungible token.

They are a certificate of ownership.

They can represent works of art and real estate without the need to physically own them. And the certificates themselves guarantee that you own a digital painting, for example.

US tech news site The Verge say there are people who want to push NFTs as the future of art collecting. Other people view them as pictures that are available to everyone, have many copies, but only one owns the original.

Price of NFT and what to invest in 2022 and 2023

Price is variable and determined by supply and demand in the market.
There are several popular NFT currencies are Lucky Blok (crypto lottery), LBLOCK (Bored Ape is a collection of 10,000 digital designs), CryptoPunk (digital art collection with huge revenue), Decentraland (a game that allows the creation of avatars). 
Disney also set up a company for NFT, and it is believed to have a successful future. 

Is it a good idea to invest in NFT?
Some of the benefits of investing in NFTs include: investing in tokenized assets is accessible to everyone. Ownership of assets that are tokenized in NFTs can be more easily and efficiently transferred between people anywhere in the world.
How to invest in NFTs?

NFTs can be purchased with Ether tokens, so create an account on one of the crypto exchanges, and then make a deposit. Connect your wallet to an NFT market (there are several markets to choose from) and you're done! 
However, like any other investment it is based on personal judgement. Before you embark on this investment think about whether it will benefit you in the long run.