The reality TV star and American Youtuber Stephanie Matto was recently made the international news after selling her farts stored in mason-jars online for $200K. After Matto had to go to the hospital and after a doctor told her the farting idea was causing her to get hospitalized, she’s decided to sell her fart jars as non-fungible token (NFT) collectibles.
Tiktoker reveals Fart Jars NFT collection
Youtuber and Tiktoker Stephanie MattoWhen she made the decision to sell her farts online to customers who paid for them, it was an intriguing career option. Although she was able to make $200,000 from her mason-jarred farts and still succeed, the venture took a toll on her physical health. That’s according to a doctor who told her the farting idea was an issue after Matto was recently hospitalized. Matto now uses blockchain technology for her fart-selling business to become more aware of her body.
Matto, the former reality star of TLC’s “90 Day Fiancé,” decided to launch fartjarsnft.com and sell her work in the form of non-fungible token (NFT) assets. It cost 0.05 Ethereum to create a Fart Jar NFT. This website was launched on Wednesday. “Imagine the smell,” the website declares and Matto is quite certain she is giving people exactly what they want.
“For the first time ever an NFT project is giving the people what they want: Fart Jars,” the website claims. “Combine this with the deflationary mechanics, real-life redeemable items, and utility in the form of access to fart jar extraordinaire Stephanie Matto via a private discord channel for all holders. We are certain Fart Jars will blow you away.”
Fart Jars: NFTs With Utility Matto Was Not the First To Take Farts to NFTs
According to the site, the NFTs give special privileges to NFT holders like access to a private Discord channel with Matto, Zoom meetings with the reality star, a mentor program, and people can also use Matto’s Fart Jars as social media profile pictures. “For as long as I can remember, it has been assumed that girls don’t poop and girls most certainly don’t fart,” Matto says. “Today, we are changing the narrative on what women can and can’t do, and on what women should and shouldn’t do.”
Tiktoker and Youtuber added more:
Fart Jars encourage you to take control of your body and your inner worth. Making a statement and an impact is not about pushing a fart – it’s about pushing yourself to do anything you set your mind to.
Stephanie Matto, however, isn’t the first to take farts to the world of NFTs, as Alex Ramírez-Mallis, 36, from Brooklyn created a 52-minute “Master Collection” NFT audio file of his farts. At the time, Ramírez-Mallis was able to sell a few of his NFT fart recordings for $85 to $183 in ethereum.
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