NFTs are growing in popularity, and many artists and content creators have decided to give them a try. Non-fungible tokens have been the spark of many debates around how ownership of digital art actually works, given that the buyer owns the license to it rather than the real thing. Some fans who tried to explain what is an example of NFT pokemon card, which means that buyers get a license to the original artwork, but it can be reprinted and copied by someone else.

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For those unfamiliar with why NFTs are popular, they allow anyone to buy or sell any piece of art online for the price and currency of their choice, the artist receives support for their work and Buyers get basic usage rights. Of course, every NFT is unique, or at least it should be, and many people use it to their advantage to their advantage and then resell the precious NFT when the value increases. again, it’s not much different pokemon Trading cards and even in-game Pokémon, to a lesser extent.

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As such, a Reddit user by the name of Philjorts drew the ultimate comparison between a non-fungible token and a very strange Pokemon: Spinda. Spinda is a normal-type Pokémon introduced in Generation 3 that has the unique feature of changing its appearance every time the game is generated. Notably, all spinda specimens have a distinct pattern of fur that is unique to them – or rather, the chances of two spinda being identical are extremely slim.

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Given that Shiny Pokemon can be very valuable due to their rarity, a Shiny Spinda is guaranteed to be the most exclusive Pokemon that can ever be found, as the chances of two identical Shiny Spinda being found are extremely small. However, a fellow Redditor explained that while it is nearly impossible to duplicate Spinda, duplicating an NFT is often just a few clicks away. For Pretty Confused Pokémon, however, there seem to be over 8.5 billion potentially different patterns.

Recently, renowned content creator and streamer Asmongold criticized people spending absurd amounts on NFTs, based on the recent craze surrounding monkey images. NFTs remain a controversial topic, and particularly within the video game industry, due to the impact on micro-transactions or the ownership of digital assets such as land, weapons, or other in-game items.

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