Your first year of college is full of learning experiences.
You're finally living away from your parents. You're finding out all the good and bad that comes with taking care of yourself. You're meeting friends, attending classes, soaking up all the new things happening around you.
You're also hitting an age where managing money, credit cards, and investments is crucial for your future.
NFTs present a modern alternative to traditional stock investments, with a ton of added benefits that weren't previously available
This may seems like a risky play, and compared to buying stocks it certainly is (buyer beware), but just hear me out.
Game-ify your asset management
NFTs offer a gateway to investing that stocks simply can't.
The ability to browse marketplaces to view digital artwork. Swap or gift NFTs from your in-browser wallet. Be a part of internet culture, make it common place to talk about these things with your friends.
It's time to start talking about your investments without the shackles of old terminology.
More upside than stocks
Join a community of like-minded people
Get a dope profile picture to use across your socials
Earn rewards as time passes
Massive potential for your investment to grow in your 4 years of tenure
You're still early, only up from here
As NFTs continue to grow into mass adoption, know that you're still early to the game.
Floor prices to buy into a popular project will never be lower than they are today.
Traditional stocks on average grow at a rate of 10% per year, a solid NFT project can easily 10x, 100x, even 1000x in a matter of months.
Do you due dilingence in researching, but know that you're more than likely sitting on a gold mine by holding an NFT until your graduate.
Solid backup if things don't go to plan
NFTs are fully backed by the cryptocurrency they're purchased with.
If you're not interested in holding an NFT, whatever the reason may be, know that you can sell to get back into the market and get your gains grow through that asset instead.