Are NFT’s a Scam??

Are NFT’s a scam? Or are they tickets to get rich? Let’s explain what they are and how they may or may not be a scam!

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27 thoughts on “Are NFT’s a Scam??

  1. Some nfts are not scams Konami a well-known company is doing nfts and they're not scams they're just getting a lot of crap for it there them for the Castlevania and they're getting a lot of crap for it but they're not scams I'm not saying that they're not skins out there but all of them are not I'm pretty sure that there are scams for nfts you just got to know the company a trusted company

  2. I think NFTs are 90% scams. Things like Bored Apes are definitely scams. They're preying on noobs who don't know what is and is not valuable. They have no real world value and are not even close to being art. Then there's NFTs that are just stolen art. Even using NFTs in video games seems completely pointless. There's no value to having an item as an NFT instead of it just being a value in a database in a game. Either way you own it in game and can trade it. Without the game, the item is useless. So why own it outside the game? It seems like people think they can just throw crypto at anything and it'll make everyone rich, even though that's not at all how getting rich off crypto works. Everyone can't get rich, people have to lose money as well.

  3. Wow Ben this was really low… you get one switch from a giveaway and you immidiately star shilling for this. The impact these things are having on culture and games rn is really bad. You really managed to disappoint with this take. Please do some research before posting something like this

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