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Meet Finder's NFT experts
Non-fungible tokens — more commonly called NFTs — have taken the world by storm. Our team of experts helps you navigate the new and expansive world of NFTs and cryptocurrency, from art, gaming and sports to the metaverse.
What is an NFT?
The basics of what NFTs are and how they work.
How to create an NFT
How to create an NFT, from designing to minting.
How to buy an NFT
Steps to buy an NFT — and what you'll need along the way.
How to sell an NFT
Where and how to sell your NFTs.
"Finder's 2021 NFT Adoption Report revealed that 4.6% of Australian Internet users owned an NFT last year, and on average the panel expects NFT adoption to hit 11.7% by the end of 2022."
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NFT reviews and guides
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"NFT trading card game. Buy, sell and collect cards with play-to-earn opportunities."
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" Buy, sell and collect officially licensed soccer NFT trading cards and play in fantasy leagues."
NFT game reviews and guides
Epic Games metaverse, NFTs, P2E and blockchain: Complete guide
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Square Enix NFTs, metaverse, P2E and blockchain: Complete guide
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Finder's NFT predictions report
The market cap of the NFT universe is predicted to double from US$7 billion in November 2021 to US$14 billion in July 2022 and hit US$26 billion by the end of the year, according to Finder's panel of over 30 fintech specialists. Finder's panel then predicts the NFT universe market cap will reach US$146 billion by the end of 2025.
Thomson Reuters futurist, Joseph Raczynski, gave an end of year market cap prediction of US$30 billion and thinks the NFT industry is an important space to watch.
"NFTs are in an explosive exponential growth phase. This trumps what I saw in 2017 with the ICO. NFTs go well beyond art to community of people, or clubs, ownership of companies, and they will own a football club some day soon. This is the digital tokenisation of assets - represented by a token. This is a significantly important space to watch grow," he said.
Finder's 2021 NFT Adoption Report revealed that more than 4% of Australian Internet users owned an NFT last year and on average the panel expects NFT adoption to hit 11.7% by the end of 2022.
However while the NFT industry is forecast to grow significantly, not everyone thinks it's a good thing for the cryptocurrency category. While half the panel says NFTs are enhancing the credibility of the cryptocurrency category, just under a quarter think NFTs are actually undermining credibility.
Galia Digital's emerging technology consultation, Kate Baucherel put it this way:
"The NFT market has to get through a winnowing of poor quality content and lose the get rich quick/scam label, as crypto had to after the ICO rush. It will clean up and expand."
CoinFlip founder, Daniel Polotsky, who thinks NFT adoption will hit 5% this year, says NFTs are enhancing the cryptocurrency sector's credibility.
"NFTs are giving artists and players the ability to issue their work directly to their fans on the blockchain--no shipping needed! Collectors love NFTs, because their existence is confirmed on the blockchain and verified by miners; they can verify the entire history of each piece, and know it isn't fraudulent. Counterfeiters ruin the fun and value of collecting art/memorabilia, and the blockchain has stepped in to fix this annoying issue once and for all. NFTs give the cryptocurrency industry a lot of credibility, because unlike gold 2.0 or decentralised finance, they are way more relevant to the average person; if something as universal as art can be put on a blockchain, then the possibilities are truly endless", he said.
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