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An NFT (non-fungible token) is a unique digital item stored on a blockchain. NFTs can represent almost anything and serve as a digital record of ownership.

To buy an NFT, you’ll need a crypto wallet and a cryptocurrency (or, in some cases, just a credit or debit card). With OpenSea, you can buy items that are on sale instantly, bid on auctions, or make offers on any NFT.

NFTs operate on blockchain technology. The blockchain is basically one big digital public record. The most popular blockchains are distributed across many nodes (read: people’s computers), which is why you’ll hear them described as “decentralized.”

So instead of a central server owned by the company, the blockchain is distributed through a peer-to-peer network. This not only ensures that the blockchain remains immutable, but also allows node operators to earn money, rather than a single company. Because the blockchain records and preserves history, it is uniquely positioned to transform provable authenticity and digital ownership.

Yes, some NFTs can be customized by their creators with specific designs and metadata. Check the specifications of the NFT you’re interested in to see if customization is possible.

The value of an NFT depends on several factors, such as its rarity, quality, and popularity among buyers. The value can also fluctuate based on supply and demand in the market.

You can verify the authenticity of an NFT by reviewing its transaction history on the blockchain. You can also look for authenticity certifications issued by the creator of the NFT or by trusted third parties.

Yes, you can transfer ownership of your NFT to another person through a transaction on the blockchain.