I've heard that NFTs are selling for millions of dollars. How can I afford an NFT?

I've heard that NFTs are selling for millions of dollars. How can I afford an NFT?

Built on energy efficient “proof-of-stake” blockchains like Tezos and Polygon, minting an NFT on OneOf is thousands of times less expensive than other platforms that use more traditional “proof-of-work” blockchains. OneOf further subsidizes these low transaction fees to offer close to $0 minting costs to its NFT partners who are then able to price their NFTs as low as $5-10, or even free.
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