Non-fungible tokens are widely used to sell digital products such as art and music, but they’re now being used to claim ownership of physical items, including real estate. 

Commonly known as NFTs, non-fungible tokens are a unit of data stored on a digital platform that is unique and non-interchangeable. And their newfound popularity means they have the potential to change how real estate changes hands and to prove ownership over any asset.

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