The History of Collectible NFT
"Not all NFTs are generated on Ethereum or created by teams and artists. Among such NFTs, Hacash Diamond is a collectible NFT created by a non-Ethereum chain and is free from anyone's control."
NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token. Something that is "fungible" can be exchanged with an equivalent item -- for example, a bitcoin with another bitcoin. NFT is a digital asset used to represent ownership of unique items or access. Today, most NFTs are in the form of digital collectibles.
Collectible NFTs are digital items whose value can be sought for and acquired by the collectors. Collectors can be anyone, from traders looking for short-term gains to crypto magnates having a passion for digital collectibles. The categories of collectible NFTs include, but are not limited to, arts, music, sport, and games.
Curio Cards is an online art show and the First Art NFTs on Ethereum, launched May 9, 2017. Featuring 30 unique series of cards from seven different artists, Curio Cards is referenced in the original ERC-721 Non-Fungible Token Standard and pre-dates CryptoPunks.
CryptoPunks launched as a fixed set of 10,000 items in mid-2017 and became one of the inspirations for the ERC-721 standard.
Launched on August 10th, 2017, the MoonCatRescue Insanely Cute Operation was a success! The 25440 MoonCats rescued are acclimating to their life as fully on-chain collectible critters.
Decentraland is an Ethereum blockchain-powered virtual world, developed and owned by its users, who can create, experience, and monetize content and applications.
Not all NFTs are generated on Ethereum or created by teams and artists. Among such NFTs, Hacash Diamond is a collectible NFT created by a non-Ethereum chain and is free from anyone's control.