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How NFTs and DeFi disrupting Non-Fungible Space

NFTs and DeFi are two of the most important investment trends this year. While non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have ushered in a whole new digital marketplace for art investors, decentralized finance (DeFi) has opened up a whole new world for investors to use currencies without the constraints of traditional currencies.

While NFTs have gotten a lot of attention for their unusual approach to digital collecting—investors may now purchase exclusive one-off works of art from their favorite artists digitally—cryptocurrency has empowered those who live in nations where banks have complete control over transactions. It’s only natural that the two would merge in the future to further destabilize the fast changing financial landscape.

The huge array of capability that NFTs hold is unstoppable. Gifs of sports memorabilia, images of renowned visual artists, and photos of Shiba Inus are all examples of the new digital valuables. Famous artist Max Denison-live Pender’s painting was thrown into a volcano shortly after its photo was taken, and Beeple’s artwork sold for $69 million. The DogeCoin meme, which just this week soared in value from $4 million to $220 million in the space of one day after the meme was split into 17 billion pieces, was also a notable NFT of 2021.

Banks collect loans to account holders in most cases. DeFi employs code to secure a contract, allowing borrowers to borrow at significantly cheaper rates and depositors to get more value for the money. This is conceivable because the bank, as a middleman, is removed from the equation.

The DeFi industry has risen at an exponential rate over the last year, and it appears that it will continue to develop steadily in the years ahead. With the rise of meme coins, stable coins, and altcoins, tokens are displacing traditional financial instruments.

The DeFi and NFT sectors, like other young industries, are continuously evolving. As a result, it’s no wonder that the two would inevitably unite.

Although NFTs are a valuable asset, DeFi may capitalize on them by using alternative platforms. A lender can use DeFi to determine the value of the NFT’s collateral. Unlike traditional banks, which determine the amount of collateral, DeFi platform enables the lender to do so. Once the owner has decided on a price, market value, and computations, the loan is dispersed.

Tiamonds NFT was developed as a result of the recent growth in DeFi technology. Now you must be thinking how Tiamonds is related to DeFi technology, because with every Tiamond the owner will get $TIA Token which is a community first and fair launched DeFi Token. 

Each Tiamonds (of the first generation of Tiamonds) grants the owner the right to receive 1 million TIA Tokens, where 1 TIA Token will be rewarded every minute for 1 million minutes. There are 525,600 minutes per year, so 1 Million minutes is almost 2 years. So that’s how Tiamonds project is said to be the most popular example of the combination of NFT and DeFi. 

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