Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are crypto assets on a blockchain with special identification codes and metadata that can’t be replicated. NFTs differ from “fungible” crypto because they aren’t traded or exchanged equally.
Currently, you can only receive and store NFTs with Robinhood Wallet. We’re working on support for sending NFTs in the future.
You can receive NFTs on the Polygon and Ethereum networks.
You have control over which NFTs are visible in your wallet, and can easily hide or unhide any NFT or NFT collection that you don’t want to see, including spam NFTs.
As NFTs gain popularity, scams are becoming more common. Scammers have come up with sophisticated ways to convince you to transfer your NFTs, or to sign malicious contracts that give them permission to access your wallet.
Here are some popular NFT scams to look out for:
To keep your NFTs, wallet, and data secure, we suggest taking the following precautions:
In general, it's a good rule of thumb to always proceed with caution when interacting with NFTs, marketplaces, giveaways, and websites. If something sounds too good to be true or seems suspicious, it probably is.
For more information on phishing and crypto scams, check out how to identify and report scams.
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