Realising that pork barrelling will one day be but a happy memory, Scotty from Marketing has begun looking into a new morally blank money making scheme in case he needs a new hustle next week.

After asking a few Aus tourism mates if there was a CEO spot going, Scotty overheard his advisors discussing NFTs and demanded to hear more.

“At first I didn’t understand how NFTs work, but it’s simple really,” stated Scotty, pronouncing NFT as ‘nfft’ rather than as an initialism.

“It works sort of like magic. Like something out of Harry Potter or The Bugalugs Bum Thief.”

Non-fungible tokens or NFTs are the receipt one is given for purchasing a piece of media with crypto currency. In some instances, everyone else can still see the image or video you have purchased but you are still the legal owner because you spent $8k on it.

At the time of writing it is believed that NFTs are an investment, like property but with the option for young people to get in on it as well.

It is a concept that is difficult to explain and almost impossible to understand but according to Scotty’s team it might just be the PMs new meal ticket if voters decide they ain’t funding his curries anymore.

“I think the NFTs are great and I can’t wait to make a few of my own once Jenny finally brings my iPad back from the shop. You should see some of the stuff these suckers pay for, it’s great!”



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