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By Beatriz

What are Web3 Loyalty Programs? Benefits and User Case

Alex is a frequent Starbucks customer in the United States. He accumulates reward points with every purchase. However, when Alex travels to China, his U.S. rewards are not valid.  This regional limitation of traditional loyalty programs is a common issue. Web3 Loyalty Programs offer a simpler and more universal

Layer 1 vs Layer 2 | Definition and Benefits

In the ever-evolving world of blockchain technology, understanding the distinctions between Layer 1 (L1) and Layer 2 (L2) blockchains is crucial for developers, investors, and enthusiasts alike. These layers are foundational to how blockchains operate, scale, and interact with applications and users. This article demystifies the concepts of L1 and

By Beatriz

Custodial vs Non-Custodial Wallets: Key Differences

You must have often heard the phrase "Not your keys, not your coins". What are these keys? And why should you care?  Essentially, these keys refer to private keys, which are paired with your blockchain addresses on the blockchain - where you keep these keys (usually a crypto

What is Tokenization? Benefits and Use Cases

Tokenization is a cutting-edge technology that is revolutionizing the way we think about asset ownership and transactions in the digital age. At its core, tokenization involves converting rights to an asset into a digital token on a blockchain. These tokens can represent real-world assets such as real estate, artwork, company

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NFT vs SFT: Key Differences and Use Cases

Semi-fungible Tokens, or SFTs, are a hybrid form of token that blends properties of both fungible and non-fungible tokens. Initially, they can be identical and interchangeable, like traditional fungible tokens. However, upon a specific condition being met, they become non-fungible and unique.

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What are Digital Collectibles? Benefits and Use Cases

Digital Collectibles are not new, but they have only become mainstream in the past 2 years due to the astronomical rise of NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens). Digital Collectibles in the form of NFTs represent a paradigm shift because, for the first time in digital items, there is a programable limit on

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What are NFT Trading Cards? Benefits and Use Cases

Trading cards are small cards made of paperboard or thick paper that usually feature images of athletes, fictional characters, places, or things. One example you might be familiar with would be Pokemon cards like this one of Pichu.  The rarity of the subject usually determines the value of these trading