The NFT and digital assets investing sectors are in their early stages, but with the digital acceleration trend, a plethora of new platforms, investment opportunities, and innovation are underway.
As third-party NFT networks hit the mainstream, in-game monetization and tokenization will become more readily available to developers.
Networks, such as Enjin coin (ENJ), create a limited supply of NFT tokens: every NFT token minted on the blockchain removes one ENJ coin from circulation – deflation provides liquidity and gives the NFTs a reserve of value.
EOS, Tron, NEO, and Binance Smart Chain are further smart contract platforms that support NFT creation.
Marketplaces such as OpenSea, Rarible and Nifty Gateway, among others, enable NFT trade.
Riochain Network – aims to accelerate the mass adoption of digital assets by bridging traditional and decentralized finance.
In 2018, Synthetix became the first platform to link blockchain to non-blockchain assets – solving the problem of blockchain isolationism.
Synthetix is now the biggest derivatives protocol on Ethereum: the platform uses Linkchain (LINK) to connect two different infrastructures with third-party services that feed on-chain smart contracts with off-chain data. Tesla has been listed as a synthetic stock and can be traded on the permissionless, decentralized protocol.
Republic, an online investment platform for early-stage startups and crypto, will be launching soon with a series of digital real estate funds.
The first-ever investment company specializing in non-fungible tokens, NFT Investments, has announced plans to apply for admission of its Ordinary Shares for trading on the Aquis Stock Exchange Growth Market (AQSE) in London. It could be the first company that invests exclusively in non-fungible tokens to join the stock market.
Online investment platform for early-stage startups and crypto, Republic, launched with a series of digital real estate funds.