Top 10 Types of NFTs You Should Know About in 2023

Given below are 10 fascinating types of NFTs you can learn in 2023

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have a plethora of potential uses. However, given that the non-fungible era is still in its early stages, it might be some time before we see significant projects that aren’t connected to art in some manner. NFT initiatives today often fall into a select few categories as a result. Here is all the information you require about them.

1. PFP NFTs, which typically have static moving graphics in square frames, are Web3’s version of the “portrait study.” People frequently purchase PFP NFTs to become members of an NFT community and display their avatars on social media. The ability for collectors to exhibit these popular NFTs and establish an online identity is becoming easier as more websites, like Twitter and Reddit, integrate NFT technology. The most well-known PFP NFTs are Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) and CryptoPunks from Yuga Labs.

2. NFT technology has attracted a lot of interest from musicians, especially when it comes to crypto royalties. Musicians can avoid centralized streaming services and mint songs, albums, and videos as NFTs by navigating the business red tape.

3. You might think of “Proof of Attendance Protocol” (also known as POAP) NFTs as digital “badges” or “certificates” connected to specific events, despite their complicated name. A POAP NFT demonstrates that the owner visited a certain location or completed work associated with the NFT’s issuer. It’s crucial to differentiate between the company POAP Inc. and the name “POAP” as it is typically used. There are other projects active in minting NFTs with a similar function in mind but under a different name. POAP Inc. is involved in disseminating POAP NFTs on the Ethereum network.

4. Even though generative art was around long before the cryptocurrency boom, NFT collectors were drawn to it. To “automate” the creation of this type of art, the makers use a computer algorithm. Generative artists create amazing virtual works, many of which have striking geometrical patterns, using commands, codes, and pre-set circumstances.

5. One-of-one NFTs are among the most expensive items in the crypto market since rarity is a highly valued quality in the NFT market. One-of-one NFTs, as the name implies, are limited to one edition, which means that these NFT artworks always have a single owner. One-of-a-kind NFTs can represent any type of digital material, although they are frequently linked to fine art and are offered for sale on curated NFT marketplaces. It’s true that some NFT marketplaces, like SuperRare, only accept one-of-a-kind NFT creations from pre-selected artists.

6. The advent of open edition (OE) NFTs have altered how creators see the “exclusivity” of their works. OEs permit collectors to mint a limitless amount of NFTs during a predetermined timeframe as opposed to only issuing a finite quantity of NFTs. An OE NFT collection is only accessible once the mint period has passed on secondary markets like

7. A 2,000 percent increase in activity is expected in the blockchain industry’s gaming sector between 2021 and 2022. NFTs’ continued contribution to the “GameFi” ecosystem is largely due to the users’ increased ownership rights. NFTs make it simpler for gamers to trade digital treasures without a third-party middleman, even though in-game commodities like skins are nothing new.

8. Tokenized photos are exactly what they sound like photography NFTs. NFT platforms allow photographers of various skill levels to upload and sell their photographs because NFTs encompass all types of digital media.

9. It’s no secret that Bitcoin businesses are growing in popularity among elite athletes. Few professional leagues, like the NBA, NFL, Formula 1, and UFC, don’t engage in NFT trading. Commemorative NFT tickets are now being made available to fans of big athletic events including the Super Bowl and the Daytona 500.

10. The most popular blockchain for NFT trading is Ethereum, however, as of 2023, collectors are starting to switch to Bitcoin. A Satoshi (i.e., 0.00000001 BTC) can now have NFT “inscriptions” thanks to the release of the Ordinals Protocol. Creators can upload JPEGs, movies, and GIFs straight to the Bitcoin blockchain via websites like and the layer-2 blockchain Stacks