It is worth noting that any digital media could be represented here.
This could be a graphic, image, music, book, or anything else that one may want. For example, any artist, writer, musician would be able to sell their asset, as long as it was digital to anyone who wanted to do purchase the asset.
Going further, digital rights relating to the ownership of the digital media can be bought and sold via the marketplace. The latter has the benefit of circumventing digital rights auction houses and significantly reducing cost of transacting and the fees related therein.
Small creations, like a brand-name, or a logo can be directly held on-chain, whereas larger ones can be stored anywhere on the cloud, and only a hash of their value stored on the ledger. This brings the best of both worlds: cheap/fast storage and full accountability.
Certain types of games, like Magic: The Gathering© or in-game collectibles like a Dragon Lore AWP skin in Counter-Strike©, can be held on the public ledger, increasing accountability and transparency for the owning company. It also makes it trivial to attach amp; value (virtual currency) to any item.
The ability to buy digital assets with the intent to use them within a game or within the development of a game is possible through leveraging the ERC721 standard. This means the marketplace offers the tools for game developers to sell their creations or use those creations for further game development.
Maintaining their inventory on the public ledger to increase trust among its client base.
Keeping inventory on our platform will also reduce the fees clients usually pay. ( currently, auction houses' fees can reach values up to 40%, which is HUGE and we consider market really needs such an use case )
When an item is sold, after the auction, the unique token associated with it can be transferred to the buyer’s wallet.
Our platform aims to collaborate with a KYC solution, where after a user has his identity verified, a unique token for him is created on the blockchain. After than, when the user needs to verify his identity with another web site, he can use Metamask to sign transaction verifying he is the owner of the token with all his information and the web site can double-check using our API.
The same can apply for the more ordinary use case of logging into a website and it would work in just the same way as logging in with Facebook or Google, except it would be decentralized and you would own your credentials, not some 3rd party company
One of the most basic and common patterns in coding in general is using a collection of objects with different attributes. Standard ones include array, list, dictionary, hashmap and there are many open source libraries which provide specialized collections (think C++ Boost, .Net C5 etc). Our platform will provide such an open-source library with collections that store objects on the public ledger, bringing with it all the benefits of decentralization while abstracting away all blockchain complexity.
All that would be needed is just a wallet capable of signing transactions.
Any freelancer or business can easily tokenize their personalized products (like a car, an article or hand-crafted items).
Partnerships with companies which can tokenize their products; let's take for example a user which lives and breathes Apple products; he will create/buy different Apple unique tokens, at which point he, or even we, can approach the company and obtain discounts for him as a reward.
Our idea incubator will allow literally anyone who has an idea or a need for interacting with something that is unique or rare, to share his idea or simply support others’ ideas that he likes.
Remember: tokenizing unique things on the blockchain comes with several benefits: transparency, accountability, security, robustness and the easy ability to attach monetary value to a digital creation.
We welcome everyone and invite all artists and content creators, all gamers, all developers, indeed, all everyday people to share their ideas with us and participate in choosing the best ones.
In the near future, once our platform goes live, it will also serve as a user-voice tool, where users of the platform can request and vote for new features.