Interview: Stephanie Matto On Selling Farts As NFTs After Going Viral, Making $200K Off Gas In Jars

Written by Hernan Panese via El Planto.

“Prrrrrrrrrr…” Gas comes out, but this time, it’s more than just an ordinary fart. Impossible: Every fart is an opportunity. Or at least that’s what influencer Stephanie Matto thought when, some time ago, she decided to sell her fart in jars across the platform. not hidden. Through this gig, Stephanie raised more than $200,000 and added nearly 300,000 followers to her Instagram account.

“When I put them up for sale, I waited impatiently to see if one or two would be sold. In my opinion, this was really a joke. But to my surprise… they all sold out. I guess when I realized I was literally sitting a gold mine,” Matto told El Planteo.

To become a flatulence force, the influencer follows a special diet consisting mainly of protein, black beans, eggs and yogurt. She believes that “it’s really amazing how a different diet can produce a completely different product.”

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A few weeks ago, though, the ups and downs of cooking and ambition (more farting, more money) directed Matto to the emergency room: “I landed in the ER thinking I was having a heart attack, when in fact I was in excruciating pain. in the intestines due to gas.”

Novelty NFT Farts

These days, Stephanie has flipped everything and is now selling her fart in NFT format.

wow what? farts in nft format? Yes!

“I have always loved the concept of NFTs, having been in crypto for a while now. Realizing the emotional and physical toll the mass production of farts had taken on my body, it occurred to me that the next step would be to digitalize my fart. And they can be sold in the metaverse,” Matto explained.

“Here we are: we have gassed in www.fartjarsnft.com And I couldn’t be more proud and happy with the art and the product,” she explained.

Strictly speaking, the Fart jars operate as a collectible. describe them asType of pokemon cards. “A fart market (actually, we should say, atypical) stretches to the limits of its imagination and becomes a token market that can also end up owning real fart value.

“You do the coins, and if you’re lucky, you end up with a very rare version of a gas jar that comes with a refundable one! Some refundable jars come with an actual fart jar or, even, a jar that contains a vaginal fart!” It’s so crazy, this morning someone bought a Fart Jar NFT for 0.05 ETH (around $200) and resold it 2 hours later for 0.2 ETH (around $1000). There is certainly profit potential for others looking to enter the gas market, says Stephanie, half laughing and half confident in her gas venture.

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Between $200 and $1,000 for an NFT fart. Not bad, right?

-You totally fart businessman. Have you ever sold farts in “other formats”?

-Before the launch of the gas ejection jar, I was selling gas bottles in bulk to my fans on Unfiltrd, a platform I co-founded. Aside from physical jars and “metaphysical gases” on the blockchain, nothing else, this is as far as I can get!

fart fetish

As it stands, it is known that there is a massive online flea market for online fetish, panties, lingerie and even bath water. “There is an endless sea of ​​weirdness on the internet, but I love it! I love thinking outside the box and coming up with new, creative ways to make money. That’s why I think I was drawn to the idea of ​​fart jars,” Stephanie said.

She continued, “NFT farts are a whole new game to me and are something that a large group of collectors, NFT fans, artists, and people who want to be in the movement will enjoy.”

So far, feedback from buyers has been “extremely positive” and Comments range from the novelty, the fascination with scent, and the quirky fun of owning an ethereal piece of beautiful Matto.

– Sure, that’s a “conservative” question, but aren’t you ashamed of selling your farts?

I’m not ashamed of anything I do as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone. Many big companies take advantage of people and workers, and I’m just trying to bring laughter, farts and joy to the world! We can all use some of that these days!

Image courtesy of Stephanie Matto.

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