Noun

NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens)

Unique digital items—like artwork, music recordings, trading cards, and other collectibles—that can't be replicated or interchanged. Since NFTs are stored on a blockchain, each piece has guaranteed scarcity, and ownership and provenance are easy to verify.

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What's an NFT?

NFTs can be created, sold, and collected in marketplaces on Tezos. Explore some of the more popular ones:

Hic Et Nunc
Kalamint
Bazaar Market
NFTs are changing everything.

NFTs are changing everything.

NFTs are on a blockchain, which means they can be scarce, and NFT ownership and provenance are easy to verify. But, NFTs can be much more than artwork—artists and brands are able to activate unique experiences for people who own certain NFTs. So, in the future you might see things like gallery openings, concerts, or events that give NFT owners special or unique access. All of this and more is possible with NFTs.

Tezos is changing NFTs.

Tezos is changing NFTs.

As one of the first and longest running Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchains, Tezos operates without the large energy requirements required of other types of blockchains. In fact, Tezos consumes two million times less energy than Ethereum. Plus, it only costs a fraction of 1 tez to create (or "mint") an NFT on Tezos—that means Tezos NFTs are eco-friendly and more accessible for people around the world.