But in that case the buyer that I scammed wouldn’t own the actual real stamp. So the digital counterpart didn’t really help anything.
And since it didn’t help, it also didn’t provide any value to the buyer. I can always look at the digital stamp anyway, without owning it on the blockchain.
The only value is has is speculation that I could maybe sell that to someone, that would also like to speculate. Nobody would buy the NFT just because they actually like the imagine, because you can just see the image anyway without having to buy it. (At best it’s seen as a donation to the artist…)
How does owning the NFT give me anything more than not owning it? I absolutely don’t see it.
Whats the point for example in owning the original Mona Lisa Painting?
An NFT is not the same. It’s like paying to have your name in some register as proof that you own the Mona Lisa, but you actually must always leave it in the Louvre for display to the public.
That doesn’t give you any value, expect maybe bragging rights… But I guess that bragging is also worth nothing for random digital artworks.
If you gifted me an NFT absolutely 0.0 would change in my life. I can’t do anything more, except sell it. This sounds a bit like Gold ETCs, but there I could theoretically go to the issuer and redeem it for phyisical gold and eat it if I wanted.