Reality Star Who Made $200K Selling Farts in Mason Jars Launches NFT Collection – Blockchain Bitcoin News

Recently, reality star, American Youtuber, and Tiktoker Stephanie Matto made international headlines after raising $200,000 selling her mason jar fart online. After Matto had to go to the hospital and after the doctor told her that the idea of ​​off-gassing was making her hospitalized, she decided to sell her tractor as non-fungible token collectibles (NFT).

Tiktoker unveils Fart Jars NFT collection

YouTube and Tiktoker Stephanie Matt She made an interesting career choice when she decided to sell her fart in mason jars to paying customers online. The wind-breaking entrepreneur managed to make $200,000 for her mason farts, but the idea had a physical effect on her body. This is according to a doctor who told her that the idea of ​​farting was a problem after Matto was recently hospitalized. In order to become more aware of her body, Matto is now relying on blockchain technology to further her gassing career.

Wind-breaking NFTs: Reality star who made $200,000 selling farts in Mason Jars launches NFT collection
A few Fart Jars NFTs were launched from Tiktoker Stephanie Matto last Wednesday.

Matto, a former reality star on TLC’s “90 Day Fiancé”, has decided to launch fartjarsnft.com and sell her business in the form of non-fungible token assets (NFT). The site launched last Wednesday and for the Fart Jar NFT version, it was priced at 0.05 ETH or roughly $155 per NFT at the time of publication. The site advertises “Imagine the smell,” and Matto is pretty sure it gives people exactly what they want.

“For the first time ever, the NFT project is giving people what they want: Fart Jars,” the site claims. “Combine this with shrinkage mechanics, real-life redeemable items, and the benefit in the form of accessing an extraordinary fart jar Stephanie Matto via the private discord channel for all its holders. We are sure Fart Jars will amaze you.”

Fart jars are NFTs with a benefit, Matto isn’t the first to take farts to the NFT stage

According to the site, NFTs give special privileges to NFT owners such as access to a private Discord channel with Matto, Zoom meetings with the reality star, a mentor program, and people can also use Matto Fart Jars as profile pictures on social media. “For as long as I can remember, it’s been assumed that girls don’t shit and girls definitely don’t fart,” Matto says. “Today, we are changing the narrative around what women can and cannot do, and what women should and should not do.”

Youtuber and Tiktoker added:

Fart Jars is all about owning your body, and your inner worth, with an extra whiff of creative genius! Making a statement and making an impact isn’t about pushing a fart – it’s about pushing yourself to do whatever you set your mind to.

However, Stephanie Matto isn’t the first to take farts into the world of NFTs, as Alex Ramírez-Mallis, 36, of Brooklyn created a 52-minute NFT audio file of “Master Collection” for the Farts. At the time, Ramirez Malles was able to sell a few of his NFT fart records for $85 to $183 in Ethereum.

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