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A Day in the Life of an NFT

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The Dibbs Team

Each token is unique, and each day is different, but this is a typical day in my life as an NFT.

10:00 AM

Today’s the big day—I’m getting authenticated. An expert will examine my provenance trail, kind of like a background check. I’m not worried, of course, but it’s always nice to be validated by companies like PSA/ Beckett, Analogr, and CGC/WATA.

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Choosing an Asset Tokenization Platform: How to Build Your Shortlist

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Jonathan Barbone

Tokenization is an excellent way for IP owners, collectors, property owners, and businesses to monetize their most valuable assets. Unless you already have extensive experience creating and promoting your own physical-backed NFTs, you’ll be best served by finding a partner to help you issue tokens and manage investor communications. Most importantly, this tokenization platform must understand your asset’s monetary and cultural value as intimately as it understands the technological complexity of the blockchain.

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5 Tokenization Companies Helping Bring Physical Assets into The Metaverse

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Ben Plomion

Everything’s going digital these days — even physical assets. We’re not talking about staking out the virtual equivalent of real estate in a metaverse somewhere and hoping the land will appreciate in value. We’re talking about brands and organizations finding effective and profitable ways to monetize the real, physical assets they hold using the blockchain. It’s a new way of doing business, but it’s already a potent one. If you want to get started right, your best bet will be to follow the example of or partner up with dedicated asset tokenization companies.

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How to Tokenize Music

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Ben Plomion

The same modern streaming platforms that make digital distribution possible also pay fractions of a penny with each play. Thankfully, artists are finding new ways to engage directly with fans by selling exclusive tracks, assets, and collectibles. There’s just one problem — understanding how to tokenize music without falling into the same pitfalls that plagued the old ways of digital distribution (or discovering all-new ones). Thankfully, the process is far less complicated than even the biggest names in music might realize.

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The Top NFT Trends of 2022

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Jonathan Barbone

The NFT (non-fungible token) space over the last twelve months has been anything but boring. In fact, it has seen more than its fair share of twists and turns and ups and downs — and many got more than a bit lost in all the action.

Digital Collectibles and Web3 with NFT Creators by Instagram

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Nila Lê

Yesterday, Instagram hosted a Twitter Space revolving around all things NFT, digital collectibles, creators’ experiences and the future of the metaverse with four NFT creators who participated in Instagram's minting platform. What we thought was the most compelling part of the conversation was surrounding the subject of NFT adoption and utility, two things that are incredibly important to us at Dibbs.

4 Successful Brands Capitalizing on Tokenization in Sports

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Ben Plomion

Sports are a hotbed for innovative, token-based revenue streams

As NFTs grow more and more popular, forward-thinking brands across numerous industries are warming to the revenue possibilities these digital tokens represent. Each industry benefits from its own particular advantages and tokenization in sports is a prime example. By taking real-world objects and tying them to NFTs, brands can more deeply engage fans even as they open up new revenue streams.