### Cardano and NFTs
NFTs (non-fungible tokens) are all the rage at the moment with users expressing huge interest in gaining ownership over unique digital items like artworks through blockchain technology.
As the digital space continues to evolve rapidly, many companies, art galleries, celebrities, and artists are starting to learn about how to digitize their proprietary art pieces and other items via blockchain and post them in online marketplaces.
This has been specially true for the Cardano blockchain, as the lower minting fees and the [native assets standard](https://developers.cardano.org/docs/native-tokens/minting/) means NFTs can be created and traded more cheaply.
There are more than 70,000 NFTs that have been minted on the Cardano blockchain and that number is only increasing.
*(Read* [*here*](https://developers.cardano.org/docs/native-tokens/minting-nfts/) *about minting NFTs on Cardano.)*
Everyday, new NFT projects are launched on Cardano with a user market that’s growing exponentially in addition to the already large global community of Cardano ADA users.
Up until recently, the Cardano ecosystem lacked a convenient way for an owner to track and display their NFTs.
EMURGO, as one of the founding entities of [Cardano](https://cardano.org/) and a partner to the [Ergo platform](https://ergoplatform.org/), assists Cardano’s ecosystem by continuously improving [Yoroi Wallet](https://yoroi-wallet.com/).
Now, Yoroi Wallet is addressing Cardano’s booming NFT space with an NFT Gallery.
### Yoroi Wallet: The NFT Gallery
At the recent Cardano Summit 2021, EMURGO’s Head of Product for Yoroi, Sergio Sanchez Ferreros, gave a talk entitled “What’s in store for Yoroi users?” discussing Yoroi’s roadmap…
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