I still say that someone who spends real money on a digital artifact that does nothing other than exist on a ledger isn't dealing from a full deck.
Virtual assets like music licenses, video licenses, and so on make sense; they have real-world counterparts behind their model.
But NFTs require a leap of insane logic where you claim a digital thing is unique. Sorry, but as a programmer, I find that absolutely laughable. Digital data is easily replicated and copied. You own nothing for your money but a crypto-key to identify your nothing. There is no real world concept in counterpart to an NFT; it is all in people's heads.