9 Books About NFTs That Will Change the Way You Invest

9. NFT FOR BEGINNERS: The Simple Guide for Understand Non-Fungible Tokens and Economically Exploit the New Digital El Dorado. Learn How to Monetize Them Like Bitcoin.

Title: NFT FOR BEGINNERS: The Simple Guide for Understand Non-Fungible Tokens and Economically Exploit the New Digital El Dorado. Learn How to Monetize Them Like Bitcoin.
Author:Matt Martin
Date Published:2022
Rating:4.3 out of 5
Best For:Beginners
Pros:The author closed the book by condensing his main ideas into 7 or points to leave the reader with. Author provides clear definitions of terms used and also clear cut directions and steps to avoid wasting time trying offersAuthor provides clear definitions of terms used and also clear cut directions and steps to avoid wasting time trying offers. It provides a step-by-step process for turning an idea into a profitable reality. The tone of the author is warm and direct.
Cons:While the information is useful some examples are hard to follow. There are some interesting things, but it’s very repetitive in the information, superficial, always explaining the same thing. At times you feel that you have read the same thing 3 times and then the author goes into some random tangent before repeating for the 14th time what a non fungible token. Some of the information is useful but the overall delivery is sloppy

8. Ultimate Money Guide to NFT INVESTING Non-Fungible token (NFT) for Beginners and Beyond: Easy step by step guide using cryptocurrency in blockchain to make, buy, sell, trade, and invest in NFT Crypto

Title: Ultimate Money Guide to NFT INVESTING Non-Fungible token (NFT) for Beginners and Beyond: Easy step by step guide using cryptocurrency in blockchain to make, buy, sell, trade, and invest in NFT Crypto
Author:InvestingWizard Press
Date Published:2021
Rating:4.3 out of 5
Best For:Beginners
Pros:Easy set-up and straight-forward explanations into the world of NFTs. The book was well written, and technical for a newbie but holds some valuable informative information including new asset classes also pointing you to certain websites that can help you along the process. The author made the complicated process of NFT easy to understand and follow. This book breaks down the basic concepts and explains the opportunities. The author does an excellent job of breaking down a highly complex marketplace into simple, easy to understand concepts. Here is a list of some phrases that describe this book:
• interesting and insightful
• timely and relevant
• inspirational
• well-researched
• features helpful examples
• easy to follow and engaging
• for readers who are new to the subject
• thought-provoking
• provides concrete techniques and tools
• provides real-world examples
• teaches step-by-step techniques
• Descriptive
• Informative
• Though-provoking
• Educational
• Timely and Relevant
• Step-by-step Instructions
• Well-researched
• Easy to follow
• Covers most of NFT Investing topics
• with examples and pictures to illustrate
• for Beginners and Beyond
Cons:Can be highly technical for newbies. This book wasn’t exactly an ‘easy’ book for some. It can be dumbed down a bit to actually understand. Could’ve been a little more in-depth with explanations for someone who has very little to no knowledge of NFT. The book is mostly theoretical.

7. NFT (Non Fungible Tokens), Guide; Buying, Selling, Trading, Investing in Crypto Collectibles Art. Create Wealth and Build Assets: Or Become a NFT Digital Artist with Easy How To Instructions

Title: NFT (Non Fungible Tokens), Guide; Buying, Selling, Trading, Investing in Crypto Collectibles Art. Create Wealth and Build Assets: Or Become a NFT Digital Artist with Easy How To Instructions
Author:NFT Trending Crypto Art
Date Published:2021
Rating:4.6 out of 5
Best For:Beginners
Pros:It was easy to read and understand. Tells the pro and cons of the market. Very detailed intro. Very informative and straightforward guide about NFTs. It is very well-written and highly informative. This book made it easy to understand and has great helpful tips. Easy to digest, gave me a complete understanding of the topic. Very simple and straightforward as it’s terribly difficult to describe something that’s innately complex in a way that’s easy for a layperson to understand. I liked the thoroughness of this book and the depth of each topic. No glitter or sparkles, just straightforward information. Very thorough explanation of NFT terminology. History and resources are available.
Cons:Lacks practical examples and insights of real-world applications working using NFTs and its frauds examples on a practical understanding of frauds. Factual mistakes are found in the book. Mostly a laundry list of information. Some of this book is already dated. Good overall background on NFTs, but the information was pretty basic. This book is mostly for beginners.

6. NFT Investing for Beginners to Advanced, Make Money; Buy, Sell, Trade, Invest in Crypto Art, Create Digital Assets, Earn Passive income in … You Need to Know about Non Fungible Tokens

Title: NFT Investing for Beginners to Advanced, Make Money; Buy, Sell, Trade, Invest in Crypto Art, Create Digital Assets, Earn Passive income in … You Need to Know about Non Fungible Tokens
Author:NFT Trending Crypto Art
Date Published:2021
Rating:4.4 out of 5
Best For:Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced
Pros:Despite the technical elements of these concepts, the author uses simple language that even a newbie can understand with ease. The book comprehensively goes through NFT investing industry and gives tips on how to make NFTs, how to sell NFTs, how to resell NFT’s, risk-evading measures, and long-term investment options.  It is a refresher for more advanced but a great source of information regardless of your level. The author not only explained concepts but gave examples. analogies and pointed rephrasing help the reader follow the author through some of the more complicated concepts.
Cons:This book title is aimed for the “get rich quick” crowd but inside is just some basic information. This book has no guide explanation and the author is not informed about regulations and he also mentioned contacting an attorney if you deal with an agreement NFT. 

5. The NFT Handbook: The 2022 Crash Course on How to Create, Sell and Buy Non-Fungible Tokens with Every Secret Revealed

Title: The NFT Handbook: The 2022 Crash Course on How to Create, Sell and Buy Non-Fungible Tokens with Every Secret Revealed
Author:


Nathan Real
Date Published:2022
Rating:4.5 out of 5
Best For:Beginners
Pros:This book provides a step-by-step instruction to creating, selling, and purchasing non-fungible tokens without requiring any technical knowledge. This book focuses more on the creation and selling of your NFTs rather than investing, but I think that is equally important. The book explores the basics of NFTs and how to make, buy, sell, trade, and invest in NFT crypto. Nathan provides a lot of tips and tricks for being successful in the NFT world such as safety, beginners guide to NFT techniques, strategy, and more
Cons:The info is simply NFTs 101. The information in the book is not organized. The “author” chooses to call nearly everything that he talks about “NFT’s”. Literally there are more than 2 dozen separate references to things that he called NFT’s that are not Non-Fungible Tokens. It constantly tells you that an NFT is a “non fungible token”

4. NFT Art and Collectables for Beginners: The Must Have Guide for Understanding Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs)

Title: NFT Art and Collectables for Beginners: The Must Have Guide for Understanding Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs)
Author:Chris Collins
Date Published:2021
Rating:4.2 out of 5
Best For:Beginners
Pros:This book is an extremely knowledgeable, in-depth look at NFTs–what they are, how they relate to cryptocurrencies, and the processes behind making them. Well-organized and comprehensive on the topic of NFT technologies and their use. This guidebook offers a comprehensive overview of what NFTs are and also provides a brief history of their emergence. It features helpful examples, easy to follow and engaging. Easy to follow and a good breakdown of what we need to know to deal with NFT. This book provides helpful examples that are easy to follow and entertaining.
Cons:This book is only useful to those who want to delve into this world. The author has the tendency to make broad, often controversial statements, one after another and without any support, are constant frustrations. As someone who had no previous knowledge of NFTs, it is a bit challenging to keep up with all the acronyms. Some of the terms the author discussed were pretty advanced and some beginners will have a tough time fully understanding its contents. The only missing element in this book is a discussion of where we are in the evolution of the use of NFTs.

3. The NFT Handbook: How to Create, Sell and Buy Non-Fungible Tokens

Title: The NFT Handbook: How to Create, Sell and Buy Non-Fungible Tokens
Authors:
Matt Fortnow
Founder of Power Up NFTs


QuHarrison Terry
Co-Host on CNBC’s No Retreat: Business Bootcamp
Date Published:2021
Rating:4.5 out of 5
Best For:Beginners
Pros:The way they gave easy-to-follow information for NFT newbies to get up to speed was very well written. Great storytelling, history, and background that was put down on paper. Excellent intro to the world of NFTs in a practical and non-technical way. This book gave readers simple practical knowledge. Clear, understandable, and practical. The made a confusing subject easy to understand.
Cons:Fluffy writing. This is not a detailed technical guide. Basic book about NTFs.

2. NFTs for Beginners: Making Money with Non-Fungible Tokens

Title: NFTs for Beginners: Making Money with Non-Fungible Tokens
Author:
Oliver J. Rich
Date Published:2021
Rating:4.3 out of 5
Best For:Beginners
Pros:The author is careful to avoid jargon or overly complex explanations so that the topic remains accessible at all times. This book is a very good, easy-to-understand, comprehensive and well-written guide that explains in detail how Non Fungible Tokens work and their nature. It was an easy read in layman’s terms for those just delving into the NFT scene. The author gives well-thought-out examples and clear definitions. To the point, very objective and not just one sided.
Cons:There is one odd section when the book deviated from the main focus (NFTs) and suddenly starts recommending side hustles to fund your NFT investments and advises you to get jobs from podcaster to mystery shopper and other ways of making money, such as ghostwriting, copywriting. No theorizing speculation on what NFTs could eventually become, or other untapped ecosystems that NFT’s could potentially support. The Ethereum portion was not very explanatory, the author should have expanded on it.

1. NFT and Cryptoart: The Complete Guide to Successfully Invest in, Create and Sell Non-Fungible Tokens in the Digital Art Market (THE NFT BIBLE: Creating, Buying and Selling Explained)

Title: NFT and Cryptoart: The Complete Guide to Successfully Invest in, Create and Sell Non-Fungible Tokens in the Digital Art Market (THE NFT BIBLE: Creating, Buying and Selling Explained)
Author:
Daniel L. Bray
Founder & CEO of BTS INVESTING
Date Published:2021
Rating:4.3 out of 5
Best For:Beginners
Pros:This book is really beginner-friendly and has all the information you may need to start investing. The book explains in a very easy way the world of NFTs and teaches the reader how to create, buy and sell them. The book explains things with great clarity and hooks you with every step. The text is detailed, and the language is simple, clear, and easy to read. It is written in a very friendly tone, not too technical, which makes it easy to understand by someone with little or no knowledge in this field. It is written very clearly and it gives you a complete view into the world of Cryptoart without bogging you down in technicals or using jargon without explaining it.
Cons:This book is so repetitive and there are even sentences which are not finished. The information is extremely basic and it is the same thing repeated 20 times. A lot of talk with no concrete content.  It is more like a long(ish) magazine article. It seems that generally author repeats some points over and over throughout the book just to fill the pages.

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