Let’s imagine NFTs are like a notarized document, or a certificate of ownership for a unique digital asset, holding key transactional information that can be proven through secure smart contracts.
Non-fungible tokens (NFT for short) can also be seen as the digitized information of a specific asset, either digital or physical. Currently, there are many dedicated NFT marketplaces where anyone can sell, they are most commonly found in gaming, digital art, music, sports collectibles, among many others. When buying an NFT, there is a record of the uniqueness of an NFT on a blockchain (a system that serves as a virtual ledger where all of the NFT-related transactions are kept securely). In summary, NFT marketplaces connect creators with their public through secure transactional interactions and systems.