The uniqueness of an NFT also means that it can be a bridge between the digital world of crypto and the real world of physical objects. NFTs offer a tamper-proof record of transactions involving a digital asset and demonstrate digital asset ownership.
In recent years, NFT enthusiasts have started to look into ways to connect NFTs to physical assets as well. For instance, the real estate firm Fabrica has used both NFTs and conventional trusts to enable quicker, safer, and significantly less expensive real estate transactions. In this scenario, NFTs are used to represent real estate. In other instances, well-known clothing and fashion companies like GAP and Nike have released NFTs that include distinctive physical clothing items. This "physical NFTs" market, which consists of a digital NFT component and a connected physical asset, has the potential to grow quickly.
Although it may not have been the issue that NFTs were designed to address initially, it could still play a significant role in the development of this technology in the future.