- Toby Hazlewood minted a photo he took of a morning walk as an NFT.
- Despite being a blockchain novice, he promoted it on social media and blogs until he sold it.
- He found the process to be complex but came out the other side with new knowledge of how it works.
I first heard of non-fungible tokens when the artist Beeple sold one for $69 million.
Working in cybersecurity, I’d heard cryptocurrencies and blockchain being discussed for years. But I only recently became interested in digital assets.
Astounded at the money changing hands, I decided in March to create and sell an NFT of my own, despite being a blockchain novice at the time.
I was intrigued and wondered whether I could make money from the apparent boom.