You may have heard all the hullabaloo about NFTs, or non fungible tokens. They swept the world last year and they are here to stay. NFTs are digital assets that clearly define ownership because the asset itself lives on a layer of tech called the Blockchain. Blockchain refers to a distributed ledger that anyone in the world has access to and can see who owns what asset, whether that is money, an NFT, or other kinds of digital tokens. Since an NFT is ‘non-fungible’, this means that no one else can claim ownership over the asset you own. Unlike cash, which is fungible (because my one dollar is the same as your one dollar), NFTs are identifiably unique, and this is only enabled because it lives on the blockchain.