Behold the Rolls-Royce Ghost, a bespoke automobile that lives up to its brand name. The base price (before options) is $460,350, which is roughly $120,000 more than the median price of a home in the United States ($340,000) and roughly $120,000 less than the cost of the Nyan Cat NFT ($580,000). Continue Reading →
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sold an NFT of his first tweet for more than $2.9 million. Wait, what? He sold a tweet? Yes, but the 15-year-old post was sold as an NFT (non-fungible token): a digital certificate of authenticity that confirms this particular digital file is the one the buyer paid for. Continue Reading →
On average, minting a new NFT takes about 130 kWh of electricity. That's about $27 worth of electricity here in NYC. Selling your NFT will use about 340 kWh of juice, which is about $71 per transaction, which is enough electricity to power your whole house for about two weeks or run your refrigerator for a year. Continue Reading →

Time to learn about NFTs

Are you ready to bid on your first non-fungible token? Welcome to the world of crypto collectibles, where you can purchase a piece of unique, digital content that is guaranteed to be authentic and, theoretically, can't be duplicated. Continue Reading →