The huge bubble that has been growing in the NFT market for the past few months has recently burst. An expected collapse, after months of euphoria in which certain projects were overvalued. What to ask about the future of this technology that makes it possible to prove that one is indeed the rightful owner of a dematerialized object. While the numbers point to a bubble bursting, other signals show that NFTs have not had their last word.
What are we talking about. NFTs are digital tokens hosted on a public blockchain, such as Ethereum. They are based on the same technological backbone as cryptocurrencies, but what sets them apart is that they are unique. When a user owns ethers, the tokens of the Ethereum cryptocurrency, he can exchange them for the same amount of ethers from someone else, the value does not change. Just like traditional currency. NFTs are just the opposite.
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