How To Explain What NFT Staking Is To Anyone In 60 Seconds!

NFT projects pay you to take your NFT off the market and lock it up for a specified period of time.

You may have to stake (lock-up) your NFT for a day, week, month, or longer.
Usually, the longer you stake your NFT, the higher the reward.

When you stake your NFT, you usually receive a reward in the form of the projects native token (cryptocurrency).

You can often sell this token on the open market using an exchange.

Some projects reward you with NFTs from the same collection. This is partially true with gaming projects. The NFTs you receive can be used to level-up and enhance your game play, and you gain an advantage over other players.

The reason NFT projects offer staking, is to encourage investors to invest in their NFT collection. The more NFTs staked, the less NFTs there are listed for sale. Thus, increasing the value of an NFT collection. This entices new investors into the project.

Staking NFTs also reduces the chance holders decide to sell as they will lose the payout income.

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Jonathan Titley


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All information in this article is for educational purposes only.

Jonathan Titley
Author: Jonathan Titley