Tue. Sep 26th, 2023

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have been around for a long time. The trend has gained a large following, including A-list celebrities like Post Malone and Kim Kardashian, who have been enthralled by it.If you don’t believe in a Ponzi scheme or a future of art collecting, there’s an even bigger argument going on behind the scenes about how to pronounce “NFT.”

Debate Rages To Pronounce “Nft”

This abbreviation, according to The Verge’s Corin Faife is pronounced “neft,” which, if you’re not familiar with it, is a hack job of a name and will make your conversation appear like you’re uttering gibberish. The Verge crew took a “serious poll,” Faife claims, and agreed to drop “naft” or “nift” in favour of “neft” instead.

Is that reasoning sound?

There is a resemblance here to the long-running debate about whether to pronounce “GIF” like “goat” or “giraffe.” Maybe it all comes full circle because a lot of NFTs are animated GIFs.

At the end of the day, isn’t it true that nearly everyone says “en eff tee?” Right!? Is this place going insane on us?

The fundamental question is whether or not we want to give the NFT trend this much credibility.. Critics claim that lockchain-based investments are an inflated cult on the verge of a cataclysmic collapse.

But even if we do talk about them in the future, it’s not obvious whether they’ll even be relevant. There is no harm in calling them “en eff shirts” until then.

By Adam

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