But it is not clear whether the bottle contains distilled water or Wulian. Hold on, is that really just what it is? Not quite, as mentioned above, the bottle has a price. Speaking of Wuliangye, last week, I was a guest at Zhang Tao’s office in the Finance phone database Division . There was a guest who was addicted to alcohol. The hospitable boss Zhang brought out a collection of Wuliangye. A cold knowledge - it turns out that the bottle of Wuliangye alone can be sold for 500 yuan in China;
the reason is not redundant, you know. Although theoretically it is necessary to know what the bottle holds to know the value, but after all, it is only a theory. Most people are not so good at tasting wine, but it is much simpler to identify the bottles of Wuliangye and Lafite in 1982. NFT, it is the Wuliangye bottle. And the bottle has only just been invented, and its freshness offers yet another layer of premium. RTS6K2FO Photo Credit: Reuters / Dazhi Image Eight functions To own is to use, has become an ancient concept. For digital content and intangible concepts,
possession and use are not necessarily linked; it should even be said that decoupling of the two is the norm. Even for tangible assets, as the sharing economy becomes more and more developed, it becomes easier and easier to use per-use and per-use, and ownership is no longer a prerequisite for use; for example, with a few clicks, a driver will pick up the car, which is often better than picking up the car in the parking lot. Self-driving is even more convenient. More often, the drunkard's intention is not to drink, and the point of possession is not to use. Any cloth bag is easier to use than LV handbags.