Familiar analog traditions and forms of representation in art, such as printing, painting, photography, sculpture, as well as video and film, are now increasingly being transferred to the digital world. The blockchain provides a global database for registering these artworks.
Terms such as crypto-art, NetArt, and tokenized art are entering our language. Currently, the most common abbreviation "NFT" stands for "non-fungible token." NFTs certify that an asset is unique and therefore non-exchangeable. When you collect NFTs, you acquire tokens and the objects associated with them. These objects can be pretty much anything, such as digital artworks, pieces of music, videos or tweets.
The NFT is stored in the blockchain, is unique, authenticated, and cannot be forged.