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  • Stephanie Matto, an American YouTuber, and Tiktoker earned international news after generating $200K by selling her farts in mason jars online. 
  • Matto decided to sell her fart jars as non-fungible token (NFT) collections after having to go to the hospital and being advised by a doctor that the farting concept was causing her to be hospitalized.

Tiktoker who sold  NFT Fart Jars Collection because of her health issue

Stephanie Matto, a Tiktoker and Youtuber, made an unusual career choice when she opted to sell her farts in mason jars to paying consumers online. 

The daring businesswoman raised $200,000 for her mason jar farts, but the concept was making physical consequences on her health. When hospitalized, the doctor told her that the farting idea was an issue when Matto was recently admitted to the hospital. Matto is now counting on blockchain technology to keep her fart-selling career so she can be more in tune with her body.

Matto, the former TLC reality star of “90 Day Fiancé,” chose to start fartjarsnft.com and sell her work as non-fungible token (NFT) assets. The website was launched on Wednesday, and at the time, one NFT Fart Jar costs around 0.05 ETH or $155 per NFT. “Imagine the scent,” the website says, and Matto is positive she is providing precisely what consumers want.

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Matto Isn’t the First to Bring Farts to the NFT Stage, and Fart Jars Are NFTs With Utility

According to the website, NFT holders receive additional benefits such as access to a secret Discord channel with Matto, Zoom sessions with the reality star, a mentor program, and the ability to use Matto’s Fart Jars as social media profile images. “For as long as I can remember, it’s been considered that girls don’t poop and definitely don’t fart,” Matto adds.”Today, we are rewriting the story of what women can and cannot do, also, what women should not  and should do.”

Stephanie Matto, on the other hand, isn’t the first person to bring farts to the world of NFTs; Alex Ramrez-Mallis, 36, from Brooklyn, developed a 52-minute “Master Collection” NFT audio file of his farts. Ramrez-Mallis was able to sell a couple of his NFT fart recordings for $85 to $183 in ethereum at the time.

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