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Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) are unique identifiers stored on a blockchain which represent ownership of a particular asset in the digital or physical world. They are typically created and transferred on a smart contract platform such as Ethereum or Solana. However, NFTs have recently come to the Bitcoin blockchain, which is an exciting development for several reasons.