I'm selling 'farts in a jar' NFTs after I made $200,000 from the real thing

FARTREPRENEUR Stephanie Matto is cashing in on the NFT craze by selling her own "digital fart art".

The 90-Day Fiance star has already grossed almost $200k (£147k) flogging her flatulence in jars but now she's looking to "make history again".

She had to give up mass gas producing over an apparent heart attack scare.

The 31-year-old told Jam Press she thought she was having a stroke and had to be rushed to hospital.

It turned out her lucrative trumping was becoming a bit too much, as she chowed down on beans and hard-boiled eggs to keep up with demand.

So now she's blowing fans away with NFTs, promising to make you "explode with excitement".

"Today we make history AGAIN!," the reality TV star told followers on Instagram.

"Weeks ago we grossed almost 200k in fart jar sales and today it is the official launch of my fart jar NFT’s!

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"There has never been a more unique & iconic launch of digital fart art! We put the art in fart!

"100 NFT’s unlock a REAL physical jar and so much more it’ll make you explode with excitement."

NFT stands for non-fungible token and are used to make money for digitalised pieces of work.

What is an NFT?

Here’s a simple guide…

  • NFTs are a hot new tradable item taking the internet by storm
  • The letters NFT stand for "non-fungible token"
  • If something is "fungible", it can be traded for an identical counterpart
  • For instance, Bitcoin is technically fungible – you can swap one for another, and have the same thing
  • Physical cash is also fungible – you could trade one £10 note for another
  • An NFT is a totally unique digital token with no copies
  • Like Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, NFTs work using a blockchain
  • A blockchain is a public ledger of transactions recorded across the internet – and is totally unalterable
  • The NFTs on the blockchain can be traded like Bitcoin, but they're unique by design
  • This gives them a special value, because each NFT is individual and unique
  • You can turn almost any kind of data into an NFT
  • People are selling digital artworks, songs and even tweets in NFT form
  • More elaborate NFT sales include virtual trainers/sneakers and even a virtual house
  • Importantly, NFTs are not physical – so if you buy an NFT object, you're just owning a part of the blockchain and NOT a physical item

Since becoming a thing last year, it has mainly been used to sell digital art or music, but Stephanie's fart venture takes it to a new level.

The self-styled fartrepreneur set up shop in November and has shared her windy experience on TikTok.

Earlier this week she revealed that 200 happy customers had paid $500 (£369) for her fart jars.

Before her bowel movement, Stephanie – originally from Derby, Connecticut – rose to fame in season four of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days.

In other news, Apple has become the first company to hit a stock market valuation of $3trillion (£2.22trillion).

Popular Twitch creator Sliker has been banned from the platform after sharing nude imagery of fellow streamer Amouranth.

And internet users have been urged to check their online accounts against one of 2021's worst cyber threats.

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