FARTREPRENEUR Stephanie Matto is cashing in on the NFT craze by selling her own “digital fart art”.
The Fiancé in 90 Days star raked in nearly $200k (£147k) when she was bloated in jars but now she’s looking to “make history again”.
She had to give up mass gas generation because of an apparent heart attack.
31-year-old youth told Jam Press She thinks she is having a stroke and has to rush to the hospital.
Turns out her lucrative guise had gone a bit too far, as she chopped beans and hard-boiled eggs to satisfy demand.
So now she’s blowing fans away with NFTs that promise to make you “burst with excitement”.
“Today we make history AGAIN!”, the reality TV star told her Instagram followers.
“A few weeks ago, we made almost 200,000 sales from farts and today is the official launch day of my NFT fart!
“There has never been a more unique and iconic debut of digital fart art! We brought fart art in!
“100 NFT unlocks a REAL physics jar and so much more, it’ll make you explode with excitement.”
NFT stands for non-fungible token and is used to monetize digitized pieces of work.
What is NFT?
This is a simple guide…
- NFT is a new tradable commodity that is taking the internet by storm
- The letters NFT stand for “non-fungible token”
- If something is “fungible”, it can be traded to an identical counterparty
- For example, Bitcoin is technically fungible – you can swap one for another and get the same thing.
- Physical cash is also interchangeable – you can exchange one £10 note for another
- NFT is a unique digital token with no copy
- Like Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, NFTs work using a blockchain
- Blockchain is a public ledger of transactions recorded on the internet – and completely immutable
- NFTs on the blockchain can be transacted like Bitcoin, but they are unique by design
- This gives them a special value, because each NFT is individual and unique
- You can turn almost any data type into an NFT
- People are selling digital art, songs and even tweets in NFT
- More sophisticated NFT sales including virtual trainers/sneakers and even a virtual home
- Importantly, NFTs are not physical – so if you buy an NFT object, you only own part of the blockchain, NOT a physical item
Since becoming a thing last year, it’s primarily been used to sell digital art or music, but Stephanie’s fart project has taken it to the next level.
This self-styled business girl set up shop in November and has shared her tumultuous experience on TikTok.
Earlier this week, she revealed that 200 happy customers had paid $500 (£369) for her deflated jars.
Before going to the toilet, Stephanie – a native of Derby, Connecticut – rose to fame in season four of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days.
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