Collins Dictionary Picks “NFT” As 2021’s Word Of The Year

Collins Dictionary Picks “NFT” As 2021’s Word Of The Year

The Collins Dictionary crowned the amazing year NFTs had. According to the UK-based dictionary, “NFT” was the most important word of 2021. There’s no denying that the NFT phenomenon grew immensely this year, and not even Ethereum gas fees and environmental FUD could deter its trajectory. Congratulations to all the artists and businessmen that managed to benefit from the growth, and take Collins Dictionary’s acknowledgment as if it was yours. Related Reading | DAO To Make Jodorowsky’s Dune Manuscript Public: Member Won $3M Bid How Does Collins Dictionary Define NFT? On the Word of The....


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