Non-Fungible Tokens | How they work

NFTs, Non-Fungible Tokens, are smart token standard that allows the existence of only one copy of a particular media file. NFTs can be artwork, tickets, music , trading cards, or other assets which are unique and not easily exchanged.
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NFTs could be a rife opportunity for bad actors.
There are many other flavors of crime when it comes to digital assets and, potentially, with regard to NFTs.
How’s the price determine and how do we mitigate using NFTs for money laundering?
has any action been brought against one yet?

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The truth is that the value of any NFT is speculative. Its value is determined by what someone else is willing to pay for it and nothing else.

Turning something as ephemeral as a tweet into an item that can be sold requires two things: making it unique and proving ownership.

The process is the same for cryptocurrencies, which turn strings of bits into virtual coins that have real-world value. It boils down to cryptography. @Lerato

There’s currently no hard data on NFTs use for money laundering.
Most likely the approach will be stricter KYC rules and laws around NFT marketplaces.
As far as pricing is concerned, most NFT marketplaces (that I’m aware of) allow the issuer to set their own base price and then users can place higher bids. Although there is potential for money laundering using NFTs, I have yet to come across such a case.

You are absolutely right, user or owner set his or her price base on the value of what is on ground. But the highest bidder get it.

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NFT is a game changer for all Artists all around the world, all artist shouldn’t miss the opportunity to exploit their creativity using NFT.

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