New York (CNN)That didn’t take long. Non-Fungible tokens, or NFTs — computerized works of art and collectibles that have been changed into verifiable assets —are for the most part the anger in the crypto world. Presently even Charmin is getting in on the pattern.
The toilet paper company has put five bits of computerized workmanship ready for offering, and has named the works NFTPs, “the world’s first Non-Fungible Toilet Paper.” Anyone can put an offer on the pieces, which incorporate embellished moves of TP just as pictures of the brand’s bear mascots. Everything except .01% of every deal will go to Direct Relief, a philanthropic guide not-for-profit.
Offers for the NFTPs so far range from $500 to $2,100 and can be posted on Rarible, a site that encourages the creation and offer of computerized collectibles on the blockchain.
Charmin isn’t the lone brand that is seizing on the buzzy digital money wonder. The news site Quartz is selling the first-since forever NFT news story, and on Wednesday, Pizza Hut Canada reported a “non-fungible pizza.”