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Well, this should put a damper on the "NFT craze".

VirtualLarry

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Further proof that Crypto is... intangible? Best buy real artworks, that you can actually hang on your wall.

I had no idea that NFTs didn't actually store the data for the item IN the blockchain.
 
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pcgeek11

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Well the point is proven once again:

A fool and his money are soon parted...

NFT (non-fungible tokens). :D
 
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Red Squirrel

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Other than hearing about NFTs I have not really read much on them, sounds like an interesting concept... but if they keep vanishing then I guess it's not so great after all lol.
 

FelixDeCat

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Other than hearing about NFTs I have not really read much on them, sounds like an interesting concept... but if they keep vanishing then I guess it's not so great after all lol.
Bugs have to be worked out. I too have a hard time understanding NFT, but I guess they could be compared to in game market places where goods are traded.
 

IronWing

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Okay, so I got off my proverbial ass (my actual ass is still planted in this chair) and looked up NFTs. Selling indulgences is more better than selling NFTs, much lower carbon footprint and has a better change of providing substantive positivity in the life of the buyer.
 
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