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NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) are unique blockchain-held assets that cannot be copied, substituted or subdivided. An NFT can be anything digital, such as an image, a drawing, a musical segment, a video or other, with the most popular NFTs at the moment being variations of digital art.

Bitcoin (BTC) is the most popular and widely used cryptocurrency. Bitcoin transfers never take over a few hours and have lower fees than fiat money transfers. Each transfer made in Bitcoin is available for all to see on the blockchain, making it a transparent way of moving funds around without the need for verification by a third party such as a government entity or a bank. Once a person sends Bitcoin to another after exchanging a key to their wallets, the sum goes through a certain number of confirmations on the blockchain depending on the amount of the transfer. Once the transaction is confirmed, it can be viewed by anyone. Bitcoins and other digital assets can be acquired through crypto exchanges and investment platforms, including popular ones like Coinbase, Binance and others.