- Creating your own digital assets is really simple and easy to do
- You can save a lot of hassle by spending a bit of time turning your assets into digital assets
- Numerous blockchains support creation of digital assets, so there’s no excuse not to use them
If you’ve heard about digital assets, then you’re on the right track. But, did you know there’s an absolute ton that you can do with them? Ranging from incorporating them in your day to day business activities all the way to protecting your personal items? Digital assets truly have a near unlimited potential, but are you using them to their full potential?
So, today, I’m going to walk you through just how easy it is to create your very own digital asset and how you can use them to revolutionize your life – and hopefully cut down on some clutter in your home!
Don’t Let the Insurance Man Catch You Out
First up, I’m going to talk about using digital assets to protect your real-world tangible assets, such as your jewelry, technology and priceless artworks. Now, if you’ve got home and contents insurance, you’ll be covered for certain things right off the bat, but proving that the lump of melted plastic that now sits where you once had a brand-new 75-inch TV can be a lot harder.
Cover yourself and protect your assets for life by turning each one into a digital asset. You can use any blockchain that supports digital assets, but I personally find the DigiByte blockchain one of the easiest to use. Simply create the digital asset on the easy to use website or iPhone application, name it “75-inch TV”, for example, attach a photo of it in its place and a scan of the receipt and you’re good to go.
Send the asset to your DigiByte wallet that supports DigiAssets and you now have life-long proof that you owned that 75-inch TV, even if you lose all evidence in a blaze. Now apply this to all your precious devices and items that an insurance company could argue that you never had. It might take a few hours to get all your items done, but once done you can rest happily.
Can I Use Them at Work?
That’s just one example of how you can use digital assets, and once you realize how simple it is to do this, you can begin using them in every facet of life. For example, let’s say you work at a cinema, you can turn every ticket into a digital asset. Integrate a digital asset wallet into your cinema app and you can send a digital asset, which is the ticket stub, to their wallet.
On the other hand, if you own a gaming store and you’re taking PS5 pre-orders, you could turn every pre-order into a digital asset. Send the tokens to people that have pre-ordered and they can sell their pre-orders in a much simpler way. This way people also know the system is fair as they can see which number is on their ticket – saving a LOT of arguments, we can imagine.
Why Are You Still Afraid?
As you can see, digital assets have a crazy amount of use cases in the world, and I’ve given you three simple ideas. Hopefully this will get your mind turning over and imagining how many things you can turn into digital assets to make life easier and more secure.
Thanks to the massive improvements blockchains like DigiByte has made to digital assets, it’s incredibly easy to make them. You don’t need any coding knowledge to create a digital asset. Digital assets are finally accessible to the masses – what’s stopping you using them?