Plot twist: NFTs are actually an amazing investment and memes like this are made to ward off the general public who consider buying into them and diluting the investment opportunities.
@SWAT the fireman, no they're really not. I suggest the video "Line goes up" by folding ideas for an in depth look at all the fundamental problems with NFTs
@jouze, oh I'm well aware. That's why I gave the unrealistic "plot twist".
@jouze, the technology of a faithless certificate of ownership is cool, but in practice its nothing but scam images all the way down
@SWAT the fireman, the majority of NFTs that you hear about are complete BS. They are literally just a bunch of pixels that you get to say you own. There isn't any benefit to owning them and it's basically money laundering for tech savvy people just like with fine art.
The real use cases for NFTs are better thought out and having uses such as being more of a security feature that can be implemented to verify your identity during a digital correspondence. There are other use cases it's just that the main stream ones are all kind of pointless when I can just screen shot your Bored Ape and watch you go ballistic like some of the dumber crypto bros saying shít like, "YOU DON'T OWN THIS IMAGE, STOP SCREENSHOTTING MY NFT, REEEEEEEEE."
@SWAT the fireman, I don't know much about NFTs, but it reminds me a lot of Bitcoin being looked down on and ignored. Now I wish I had bought Bitcoin when it started
@110100100, sure, there's a chance they become something valuable, but its unlikely. Bitcoin was also unlikely to become valuable. There are literally hundreds of cryptocurrencies, and the like, out there and it's the goal of the creators of each of them to become valuable. Very few will be successful. You can't take a chance on everything, but if you choose to take your chance on NFTs, then more power to you.
99% of the news I hear about NFTs is just people stealing other people's art