Owning one proves you own a unique or limited edition digital asset that can be traded. Collect assets that have personal meaning and appeal to you or pick a category you guess may increase in market value over time. Here below are a few categories to consider:
1. Celebrity – e.g. created by or depicting somebody famous.
2. Memorabilia – e.g. depicting a memorable event, news story or recording moment.
4. History – e.g. something minted on blockchain before NFTs became well known in 2021 or has an interesting back story.
5. Metaverse gaming item – e.g. land or equipment that endows you with an advantage in a game likely to enjoy sustained adoption.
6. Social – e.g. identifying the owner as a follower, member of a community or fanbase.
7. Original and potentially viral – e.g. a meme or item of fashion becoming famous/iconic in social media.
8. Credential – e.g. grants the owner authority, priority or discount in the use of a particular facility such as DeFi indexing or liquidity pool.
Consider on what NFT marketplace(s) you'll offer your NFT for sale and whether or not the blockchain network it resides on is likely to limit its tradeability. Find out about Top NFT Marketplaces of 2023.