The application of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology in the real world is still in its early stages. Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have swiftly gained popularity as one common way to use them, notably among artists, art collectors, and speculators.
Here’s how to get started if you’ve decided you want a piece of the NFT action but aren’t sure how to get them.
Definition: An NFT is a token that denotes asset ownership that is created and managed on a blockchain, most frequently Ethereum. Thus, the majority of NFTs demand payment in Ethereum or another cryptocurrency blockchain on which they were constructed.
Here is a step-by-step tutorial for buying NFT.
Buy Ethereum using a cryptocurrency exchange (such as Coinbase Global, Binance or Gate.io)
Put your cryptocurrency in a wallet. You may think of it as a cryptocurrency checking account that also allows for cryptocurrency transfers. When you register an account with some exchanges, like Coinbase, you can access built-in wallet functionality, but you also have the option of using specialized wallets like MetaMask.
Your wallet should be linked to an NFT marketplace. Once linked, you can begin perusing the NFT selection of the marketplace and making purchases.