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Non-Fungible Token (NFT): What It Means and How It Works
NFTs are cryptographic tokens that cannot be replicated. They can be used for transactions, have created new markets, and may have more use cases in the future.
Top 5 Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) of 2021
Non-fungible tokens exploded in popularity in 2021, garnering high prices at auction houses and online. Here are the most expensive NFTs sold this year.
How to Create an NFT
Non-fungible tokens can be created directly on NFT platforms, allowing you to upload your artwork and ‘mint’ it on the blockchain. Here’s how.
Investing in the Blockchain Boom
The emergence of cryptocurrencies has spawned new investment potential. Some of these might be odd, but where there is value, there is opportunity.
Can You Buy NFTs in Your Self-Directed IRA?
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are a hot investment right now, but the IRS hasn’t yet issued guidance on whether you can hold them in a self-directed IRA.
MyEtherWallet Cryptocurrency Wallet Review
Read our detailed MyEtherWallet review to learn about the pricing, supported cryptocurrencies, and security measures that MyEtherWallet wallet offers and whether it fits your needs.
The Most Popular Terms of 2021
Amid COVID-19's second year, the top financial terms for 2021 can be traced to economic concerns, Internet meme culture, and Britney Spears.
What Is OpenSea?
OpenSea is the largest non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace, offering the ability to buy, sell, create, and trade. It has more than 2.4 million active users.
What Are CryptoPunks?
CryptoPunks are non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that can sell for millions of dollars. They're a type of art, sold by Christie’s and Sotheby’s as well as individual owners.
NFT Tax Guide
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are a new type of asset, distinct from cryptocurrency. At present, the IRS treats it the same as other digital assets, including convertible digital currency and stablecoins.