The Dummies Guide to Becoming an NFT millionaire by Crocs League founder Doctor Troller
LONDON, Nov. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --
What exactly is an NFT?
Which NFTs have made money so far.
Digital artist Beeple sold an NFT artwork "Everyday the first 5000 days" for $69m at Sotherby's, NFT artist Pak sold rotating 3D cubes for $17m at Sotherbys in April, and collectibles like CryptoPunks, and Bored Ape Yacht Club have grown exponentially to have sales volume of over $3m a day, and some CryptoPunk tokens are valued at over $600K each.
That's past success, where's it going in the future?
The opportunities for gaming NFTs are huge. To put it in to context gaming is universal and no matter what age you are, you have at some point spent time playing an electronic device. NFT games have a unique proposition to allow you to fully own any digital assets on the game. From virtual land, skin, weapons, whatever the game is about you will have full ownership of it.
This market is only set to grow and grow as the young gaming community get more involved. One example of the new generation getting involved in NFTs came this August when NBC reported the story of a 12-year-old coder Benyamin Ahmed who created WeirdWhales, a set of pixelated whales each with distinct traits, similar to the CryptoPunks style, and he has made over $350,000 so far from their sale, and earns 2.5% royalty on each secondary sale, so will be make money for many years to come.
The opportunities to make millions quickly are really there in NFTs right now, but this is a fast-moving market and so it would be best to get involved sooner rather than later in order to pick up the big money gains.
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