Whether NFTs can be a passive income vehicle is an interesting question, because many tokenomics models rely on money flowing in from investors for the initial investors to make a profit. For example, some models that have been employed to drive an inflow of capital successfully include the use of royalties from secondary NFTs sales to buy-back and burn the project’s NFT or token, as well as the use of mint funds to develop technologies that can then be used to generate revenue for the holders. This latter model is especially applicable to game-centered projects, where the fees involved with playing the game can be redistributed to the holders and developers. Recently, we are also seeing cross-industry revenue generating opportunities also being established from mint funds (i.e. solar-powered mining rig set-ups, youtube channels, energy drinks) and used to generate passive income for its users.