What is NFT and Why Is It Necessary?

Non-Fungible tokens represent a unique asset that can be managed by a smart contract. Each NFT carries the same data that is stored on each blockchain, but it has its own value. Various smart contracts will allow token holders to trade and transfer ownership of NFTs without touching their underlying blockchain assets. An example of this is exchanging one sliver of gold with another sliver, without ever needing to touch or move the original piece (Gold). Thus: A Non-Fungible Token can operate as if it were an asset on any blockchain.

Imagine the possibilities of a digital assets system similar to Ethereum, yet not relying on a chain like Ethereum and even easier for companies to start using. NFT is a solution for non-fungible token or “NFT” – it allows you to build smart contracts that can represent any kind of commodity or asset, from precious metals to securities or virtual world items.

Blockchain and NFT

Blockchain is a decentralized ledger that records transactions in a secure, cryptographically-encrypted format. By design, it’s a distributed database that can’t be altered or hacked. It’s also designed to be tamper-proof, which means it cannot be changed unless every single user agrees to make the change at the same time.

NFTs (non-fungible tokens ) are digital assets whose ownership and exchange can be tracked on a blockchain. The most well-known application of blockchain is a cryptocurrency, which was invented in 2008 and revolutionized payments for the internet age. At first, Bitcoin was the only cryptocurrency in the world and it still is, although there have been over 1,000 alternative digital currencies created since then.

Why NFT is revolutionary?

The NFT market is in its infancy, but the possibilities are endless. There are many reasons why it will be revolutionary. NFT can be used to represent assets that cannot be divided into smaller units such as loyalty points, gift cards, and digital art. This is known as non-fungibility, a property of some objects and products that make each unit unique and distinguishable from another. Another example is the NBA’s Digital Collectibles – a basketball card game that uses NFT as players.

Non-Fungible Token or NFT is the latest trend in the Blockchain industry. The concept of NFT is similar to that of the stocks in the trading market. Just like you buy a stock and receive the right to its dividends, an NFT token grants you ownership over a digital asset. The uniqueness of each NFT token makes it difficult to be replicated for fraud and theft.

NFT tokens on the Ethereum blockchain

To understand the idea behind NFT tokens, let’s first look at the basics of Ethereum. Ethereum is a blockchain technology that allows smart contract-based applications to be built and run. This allows for a wide range of interesting uses. More than just a currency, you can use it for what’s called “smart property” — things like stocks, bonds and other financial instruments that can be traded on an open market.

One of the most exciting applications of the smart property will be hashed in the near future with NFTs — non-fungible tokens. These are unique digital assets, which means they can’t be replicated or cloned. For this reason, they’re also referred to as “non-fungible tokens

The benefits of using an NFT

 The rise of blockchain technology has led to the development of tokens that are non-fungible. These are tokens that are unique and cannot be replaced by other tokens. They have unique features which make them valuable to different people. They can be used as a form of security, proof of ownership, or even as a currency. The major advantage of using an NFT is that they are secure and easy to verify. They also help make transactions easier and more efficient.

In the ever-changing world of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, the ability for a digital asset to be unique to its owner is nothing new. In fact, one of the main reasons that cryptocurrencies have continued to grow in popularity is due to their inherent NFT (non-fungible token) nature, which makes it possible for people to exchange value without having to depend on a centralized authority.

Use Cases of an NFT

A Non-Fungible Token (NFT) is a cryptographically unique asset that is not meant to be interchangeable with other NFT. The assets of these assets are highly unique and cannot be replaced with another asset, which gives the assets their value. The first step to developing an NFT is to determine what its purpose will be, what we call the ‘tokenomics’.

Here are some use cases:

– creating a new digital currency

– providing a digital currency with additional functionality or utility. **, For example, **decentralized exchange, payment/escrow system, loyalty program**

– allowing the creation of crypto collectables **By design, the tokens cannot be substituted with another token.

Why is it good to have NFT’s

Besides the typical use cases for cryptocurrencies, like paying for a product or service in a peer-to-peer marketplace, there are some more innovative ways to utilize the technology. In fact, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) are part of a larger category of blockchain technology called “smart property.” Unlike traditional property rights, an NFT can have various attributes that define its value.

In practice, this means that you can create your own digital asset and put it into circulation as an NFT. This is different from most cryptocurrencies, where each piece of digital code is given its own digital wallet address. With an NFT, all your digital property is tracked with a single address so you can get notifications about changes to it.


NFT’s are a revolutionary advancement over previous digital assets due to their persistent and trackable features. With NFT’s, the blockchain is leveraging away from fungibility toward non-fungibility, which is a property that has both positive and negative attributes. It is the ultimate move toward decentralization of the internet, or perhaps the ultimate move toward…a smart web? Only time will tell.

The best part about NFT is that, unlike cryptocurrencies, it relates to its physical counterpart and has some real-world uses. That means the token rests on something that can be physically owned. NFTs are the new thing in the blockchain community because of their use in video games and virtual assets.

One attractive aspect of NFTs is that they allow non-fungible assets to be traded on the blockchain without the duplication and waste associated with using fungible assets — such as tokens issued by a company for a product — because no two items are identical. Another potential use case is creating ownership of intellectual property that can be attributed to specific individuals, companies or even websites (think of it as selling web domains).