Increased public awareness of non-fungible tokens (NFT) has created a burst of the new digital market for nearly every imaginable asset.
At the moment, all the hype about the latest market and NFT has mainly revolved around digital arts like drawing, photographs, video clips, and music, among others.
Anybody can buy and sell NFTs attached to what is a digital file. Since every NFT (unlike crypto-currency) is unique to each other in terms of both identity and value, no one else can claim ownership of the file you purchase and the NFT attached to that.
When the NFT goes up in value, you can resell it for a profit. For Stephanie Matto, former star of TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé, NFT is one way to keep her business running because selling the physical asset is no longer healthy.
The physical asset in question is quite literally her flatulence stored in jars. After selling a few hundred thousand dollars worth of farts, Stephanie was diagnosed with severe gas pain, and she has now sold the digitized version known simply as Fart Jars.
10 /10 An Experiment Gone Profitable
Stephanie started selling her flatulence as an experiment when she had just started her adult subscription platform, similar to OnlyFans.
When her subscribers began asking if she would like to offer them her farts, she initially thought it was nothing but a joke.
Since the demand seemed persistent enough, she decided to produce the supply by storing the gas in glass jars, and it turned out to be an actual demand from serious buyers. She sold the first batch of 97 jars for $500 each.
9 /10 Appealing Product
One customer, who asks to be referred to as “John,” says that the product appeals to him. John, who claims to be a financier, has spent $1000 on two jars of Stephanie’s fart.
He has quite a lot of fetishes, and one of them is the smell of a woman. He does not specify what kind of smell – he likes all of the scents.
As for the two jars now in his possession, John says they help him acquire some sense of closeness to Stephanie.