From memes to even a Banksy, pretty much anything nowadays can be an NFT. But let's take a moment to stretch the bounds of possibility here. Can a rock, a literal sediment composite plucked from the surface of our Earth, be an NFT? It sounds unbelievable, right? The cheapest EtherRock—an NFT illustration of a rock— was worth about $100,000 two weeks ago. As of Thursday, the cheapest rock was worth 730 ETH or more than $2 million. Well, believe it. The company recently started selling digital rocks as NFTs, which have skyrocketed in popularity. There are a total of only 100 rocks and they come in multiple colors. NFT token holders get the only copy of that specific rock in existence. Click here to learn more!?
“The popularity of NFT tokens shows that people are ready and willing to work with cryptocurrency.” —
Alexander Althausen, CEO of StormGain