Woman, 21, Claims To Be The First To Sell ‘Virtual Love’ As An NFT For £185,000

Marti Renti, a Polish influencer, shared with her Instagram followers that she's been surprised with a mystery's buyer purchase. The 21-year-old TikTok star told her followers, "Yesterday I sold my first NFT for an incredible amount - I won't tell you how much, because I don't believe it myself."

"I don't know who bought them yet. Brent, if it's you, thank you."

NFT, or non-fungible token, is a digital token that allows you to gain a digital right over certain objects, but without the tangible asset. They are commonly used when people wish to gain ownership of a certain art piece. NFTs, once gained, can never be replicated and become a 'one-of-a-kind' proof that you own something.

The woman, who goes by the name Marta Rentel as an influencer, shares that a mysterious person had shelled out $250,000 for her 'virtual love.' It was equal to 1 million Polish zloty.

The NFT was sold in partnership with Fanadise, a site for creators and influencers to sell exclusive content for their fans.

Fanadise claims, "This is the first-ever Love NFT based on the digital DNA of Marti Renti. Symbol and the beginning of the new digital era."

"The holder of the only one Marti Renti's Love NFT will have full rights to her digital Love. Moreover, he will be invited to a one-on-one dinner with Marta Rentel in the physical world. Will heart follow what technology advice?"

Marti is also set to appear in the reality show 'Fame or Shame' Polish version.

She shares her aspiration, "I want to be an innovator and create the future, so I was the first person in the world to tokenize emotions. Physical love, platonic love, and digital love may be different, but each is real in the same way as all our thoughts and feelings."

"And digital means eternal. After all, everything that is digitized now will stay with us until the end of the world - photos, films, memories, everything."

She is also excited to see how a Polish woman may go down in history thanks to this.