NFT stands for non-fungible token. To understand what this means, let's start with a simple explanation of what a fungible token is. Fungible tokens include things like currency or Bitcoin. For example, if you trade a $10 bill for another $10 bill, you get the same value, even though it is not the same exact $10 bill. This is called fungibility, and it's an important part of what makes currencies work. A non-fungible token (NFT) is different! It is a special kind of token that represents something unique such as a collectible. Each individual NFT has its own distinct value because the asset it represents is one-of-a-kind and has peculiar qualities like rarity, age, creator, edition, etc. For example, a card from a TCG (Trading Card Game). Even though there might multiple versions of the same card, each one can have its own value based on its peculiar qualities, like the examples mentioned above.