Reality TV Star Selling Gas Stephanie Matto Turns To NFT After Health Problems


When she informed the doctors about the change in her diet, they recommended that she go back.

“It was clear that what I was going through was not a stroke or a heart attack, but very intense gas pains,” she said at the time.

“I was advised to change my diet and take anti-gas medication, which effectively shut down my activity.”

However, this turned out not to be true.

She was approached by a digital artist and they agreed to collaborate on the NFTs, which are now on sale for 0.05 ethereum each, which is around NZ $ 233 at today’s exchange rate.

“Fart pots are all about taking possession of your body, your inner worth, with an extra breath of creative genius,” says Matto’s NFT website.

“Making a statement and having an impact isn’t about pushing a fart – it’s about pushing yourself to do whatever you want.

“Fart pots are a symbol of feminine power, hope, joy and lightness even in the darkest of times.”

In total 5,000 NFTs are available, but according to the OpenSea digital marketplace, only 459 have been sold so far.

In addition to a digital image, anyone who purchases one of Matto’s virtual jars also enjoys other benefits.

Each token holder will have access to their private Discord channel to communicate in “an intimate setting”, while it will also offer other “girlbosses” access to mentorship to help them become content creators and “fartrepreneurs” “.


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