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Redeemable NFTs vs. Claimable NFTs: What’s the Difference?

Explore the differences between claimable and redeemable NFTs and how they can revolutionize brand engagement and user loyalty

Navigating the world of NFTs often means encountering a plethora of jargons and terminologies. Among these terms, businesses and customers are often presented with the concept of redeemable and claimable NFTs. 

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Jonathan Barbone
Eric Witschen, the CEO of Neustreet and an early CryptoPunk holder, shares his journey from Wall Street to the world of web3

From Wall Street to Web3: The CryptoPunk Journey and the Future of Digital Ownership with Eric Witschen (Neustreet)

In this insightful interview, Eric Witschen, the CEO of Neustreet and an early CryptoPunk holder, shares his journey from Wall Street to the world of web3.

In this interview, Dibbs speaks with Eric Witschen, the CEO of Neustreet, who is an early CryptoPunk holder and has a background in technology on Wall Street. Eric fell into the world of web3 from two angles: his interest in decentralized systems and cryptocurrency due to his background in technology and finance, and his passion for collecting various items in his personal life.

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Ben Plomion
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A Business' Guide to Minting Redeemable NFTs

Discover how to mint redeemable NFTs starting from defining the type of NFTs to marketing your campaign.

Redeemable NFTs are digital collectibles that can be exchanged for real-world assets, experiences or benefits. They have garnered significant interest from customers as they provide tangible value and create a sense of exclusivity due to their uniqueness.

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Jonathan Barbone
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5 Ways to Use Redeemable NFTs to Offer Real NFT Value to Customers

Redeemable NFTs provide value and utility beyond digital collectibles. Checkout what values can NFTs bring to your brand and customers.

NFTs started out as mere digital collectibles with a certificate of authenticity and true ownership intact. But, today, these digital assets have expanded their horizons from digital art and profile pictures (PFPs) to assets with a mix of physical and digital value — "phygital" assets — as well as gaming-related NFTs

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The Dibbs Team
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Unlocking the Potential of Redeemable NFTs: Not All Created Equal

Redeemable NFTs are not created equal, some can be redeemed partially. Others can be redeemed in full.

Ah, the thrilling world of web3! Just when you think you've got a grasp on it, along comes another tantalizing piece of the puzzle to ponder. Enter: Redeemable NFTs. But just like those assorted boxes of chocolates, not all of them are born equal. Before you dive headfirst into this, let's unravel the multiple flavors these digital assets have on offer.

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Evan Vandenberg
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What NFT Perks Should Your Brand Offer?

NFTs benefit brands by opening up new revenue streams and access to communities. Learn how brands are leveraging NFT perks to add value for users.

Loyalty programs are the cornerstone of brand-consumer relationships. Evolving over the years from simple stamp cards to sophisticated digital rewards, they have been an integral part of customer retention and engagement.

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Evan Vandenberg
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How NFTs for Physical Items Help Fashion Brands Fight Counterfeiting

Explore the transformative role of NFTs in combating counterfeiting within the fashion industry

Counterfeiting, often dubbed the "shadow economy," is a multi-billion-dollar industry that poses significant threats to genuine brands worldwide. As of 2020, fashion labels have faced a staggering loss of 26.3 billion euros in revenue due to this issue. But the financial hit is only the tip of the iceberg. The proliferation and distribution of counterfeit goods undermines the perceived quality and integrity of the original brands, causing them to lose customers. 

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Ben Plomion