NFTs, or nonfungible tokens, have been around since 2014, but they’ve only started gaining notoriety in the past few years. In 2021, the market for NFTs was worth about $41 billion, but it crashed in 2022. By this time there aren’t many people who still believe in this idiotic trend and all those NFTs are pretty much worthless. Scroll down to check out the funniest NFT memes we rounded up for your amusement!
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OK, the last one made me snort-laugh because it’s true.
I was going to say, “Someone please tell me there really *is* a BoobyButt420FartNFT” but then I realized I don’t care.
LOLZ! It is so true! My old school parents were totes buying a second home to use as a personal ski lodge while I was wasting my 30’s wondering if I should drop $40K on an NFT rock.
Weirdly, my dad and I also BOTH had hipster beards with handlebar moustaches!
That immune girl from “The Last of Us” is non-fungible.
I’ve seen many of these strange crazes where people collect something as an “investment” whose only value is that they and other collectors keep bidding up the price. Beanie babies, Furbies, tulips in 17th century Holland, and today NFTs. Sooner or later the fad always passes, and the market crashes.
At first, I thought NFT’s were like tokens or something that could be traded for prizes with cash value. Imagine my disappointment in humanity when I found out the truth was far, far dumber. Truly sad and useless.
By the way, does anyone want to buy my capybara NFT? It’s just a stock photo of a capybara I paid 99 cents for, but it’s a capybara! Must be worth a million at least, right??
NFTs are not hard to understand if you realize that they are all a scam concocted as a result of all that free QE money sloshing around after the 2008 GFC. When the SHTF, all this crap will disappear faster than it appeared.
Nick Daman most succinctly described NFTs as “selling nothing to idiots.”