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The NFT smartphone problem

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Let's imagine that you have a smartphone and you want to sell it. But, this smartphone is your personal smartphone and you don't want to sell it to anyone. You don't want to give your contacts to another person. You don't want to change your pictures, you don't want to transfer your files and other things. You want to sell just the device, not the data or the contacts. This is the goal of the non-fungible tokens - to create something valuable, which is not copied. Something that is unique. Something that is not fungible.

If you want to buy a car you can go to a car shop and buy a car. You'll get the car now and the car shop will get your money now. You can use this car for a certain period of time, and then you will get another car if you want. But, you can't sell the car that you bought because it's not unique. You can't sell a car that you have bought. That's why non-fungible tokens are different from the fungible tokens.

If you buy a non-fungible token, you'll get a token that is unique, that is not copied. But, you can't get another token until you sell it. You can't sell it to anyone because it's not fungible. That's why it's called a non-fungible token.

The most interesting part of ERC-721 is that it can be used for building games that have unique items. For example, if you buy a unique sword in a game, you will get a unique sword. You can't get another sword until you sell it. And, you can't sell it because it's unique and it's not fungible. These are the only tokens that can be used for building games and for creating unique items. For example, you can create a unique car in a game, and then you can sell it. Or, you can create a unique house and sell it. You can create a unique sword and sell it. That's the most interesting thing in ERC-721 and the most interesting part of ERC-721 is that it's very useful in the gaming industry.

ERC-721 solves a lot of problems. It solves the problem of uniqueness. It solves the problem of being able to identify a token.