NFTs are digital assets secured by cryptography and stored on the blockchain. NFT stands for non-fungible token, which means that each token is unique and distinguishable. In comparison, Bitcoin would be an example of a fungible token. Both are secured and stored on the blockchain, but there is no difference from one Bitcoin to another. Because of the ability for each token to hold unique information, NFTs can provide digital ownership for almost any asset. While most people associate NFTs with jpegs, NFTs also contain metadata (encoded information). This makes it possible for NFTs to be a secure digital form of anything from works of art and music, to concert tickets, games, avatars, metaverse lands, contracts, mortgages, etc. The California DMV is even currently testing issuing Car titles as NFTs!