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Why are Fonts NFT?

NFTs(Non-Fungible Tokens) are going to become a trillion-dollar industry in the next few years. Arts, Lands, Insurances, Properties, Vehicles, Licenses ( for software, music, album, etc), game items, collectibles, and much more are potential NFTs. Our imaginations are the limit in NFT space.

Though potential is huge, most of the NFTs today are around Selfies, Nudes, Memes, Ropes, and Cliparts. Before NFTs start representing real-world physical items like land, vehicles, etc, we are going to see digital goods like game items, software licenses, music, creative digital goods like fonts, website templates, etc as NFTs.

At Font.Community, we are making Fonts as NFTs.

Why are Fonts NFT?

Fonts are everywhere — on phones, books, magazines, websites to shop fronts. We see and digest the written words everywhere. Every typeface we see around us has been designed meticulously to convey the message, culture, history, and emotions. In short — fonts are built to bring eternity to texts.

Fonts are the most used digital asset and non-digital asset. 7 billion people consume fonts every day, both online and offline.

If you take just a Roboto font — over 76 billion times viewed every week. So far it has been viewed over 13 trillion times.

The size of the whole internet is 175 zettabytes in 2020, 2% is text rendered through fonts.

There are around half a million fonts and 20,000 font creators serving 7 billion people. is building a decentralized marketplace for fonts. By making fonts as DeFi enabled NFTs, we bring radical change to the 10000 years old industry.

To know more about our project — visit our whitepaper

You can use this form to contact us for investment, share ideas, feedback, become creator, bounty work, etc.:

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Font.Community is a decentralised community of Font designers, users, buyers and speculators.

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