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Digital Asset Taxonomy

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Transcript of Digital Asset Taxonomy

A global classification standard
DAT
Overview

4th Super Class of Asset
Families of Digital Assets
Subclasses of Digital Assets
Classification Frameworks
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DAT is a global classification standard destined to support all market participants involved in the investment process.
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
DAT enables users to:
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
2 Classification Frameworks
4 Subclasses Of Digital Assets
2 Families Of Digital Assets
1 Super Asset Class
DAT
Analyze sector and industry contributions to portfolio performance.
Judge the strengths and weaknesses of different distributed protocols in an objective and consistent manner.
Pinpoint industry investment opportunities across developed and emerging industry sectors
Asset Superclass
Digital Asset Families
Subclasses of Digital Assets
Digital Assets
General Digital Assets
Protocol Tokens
Payment Digital Assets
Platform Digital Assets
Side Chains
AppCoins
Digital Assets as Super Asset Class
Defined as goods that can function simultaneously as Capital Assets, Consumable/Transformable assets, and Store of Value Assets thanks to their permission-less, distributed, and cryptographically secure nature.
Families of Digital Assets
General Digital Assets
Programmable value that can be used freely by anyone, in any sector of industry and society, as a capital, transformable/consumable, or store of value asset. They also serve as the foundation for Protocol Tokens.
Protocol Tokens
Represent a claim to a capital, transformable/consumable, or store of value asset, however they can only capture specific market segment which effectively limits their use as store of value.
Payment Asset
Defined as a general form of money with the potential to capture global M2 money supply.
Platform Asset
Not limited to peer-to-peer electronic transfer of value, these are distributed protocols that integrate high-level programming capabilities.
App Coin
Tokens that are native to decentralized applications that have a digital token associated with their use or monetization, without locking value in its parent protocol.
Side Chain
Formed by locking value in it’s parent chain, and sending it to a pegged distributed ledger.
Subclasses of Digital Assets
General Digital Asset Subclasses
Protocol Token Subclasses
Key Metrics
Quantitative and Qualitative data points used to identify the main technical characteristics of each General Digital Asset
Industry Classification
Standardised classification uniquely assigned to each Protocol Token.
Classification Frameworks
Digital Asset Taxonomy
A global classification standard
Key Metrics for General Digital Assets
Asset Name
Asset Ticker
Asset Classification
Industry Classification
Price
Volume
Smart Contracts
Total Supply
User Identity
Max Supply
Governance
Consensus Algorithm
Consensus Stakeholders
Transaction Speed
Hash Algorithm
Mining
Launch Date
Industry Classification for Protocol Tokens
Utilities
Retail Trade
Accommodation
DAT is a global classification standard destined to all market participants involved in the investment process.
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
DAT enables users to:
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
2 Classification Frameworks
4 Subclasses Of Digital Assets
2 Families Of Digital Assets
1 Super Asset Class
DAT
Analyze sector and industry contributions to portfolio performance.
Judge the strengths and weaknesses of different distributed protocols in an objective and consistent manner.
Pinpoint industry investment opportunities across developed and emerging industry sectors
Asset Superclass
Digital Asset Families
Subclasses of Digital Assets
Digital Assets
General Digital Assets
Protocol Tokens
Payment Digital Assets
Platform Digital Assets
Side Chains
AppCoins
DAT is a global classification standard destined to all market participants involved in the investment process.
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
DAT enables users to:
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
2 Classification Frameworks
4 Subclasses Of Digital Assets
2 Families Of Digital Assets
1 Super Asset Class
DAT
Analyze sector and industry contributions to portfolio performance.
Judge the strengths and weaknesses of different distributed protocols in an objective and consistent manner.
Pinpoint industry investment opportunities across developed and emerging industry sectors
Asset Superclass
Digital Asset Families
Subclasses of Digital Assets
Digital Assets
General Digital Assets
Protocol Tokens
Payment Digital Assets
Platform Digital Assets
Side Chains
AppCoins
DAT is a global classification standard destined to all market participants involved in the investment process.
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
DAT enables users to:
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
2 Classification Frameworks
4 Subclasses Of Digital Assets
2 Families Of Digital Assets
1 Super Asset Class
DAT
Analyze sector and industry contributions to portfolio performance.
Judge the strengths and weaknesses of different distributed protocols in an objective and consistent manner.
Pinpoint industry investment opportunities across developed and emerging industry sectors
Asset Superclass
Digital Asset Families
Subclasses of Digital Assets
Digital Assets
General Digital Assets
Protocol Tokens
Payment Digital Assets
Platform Digital Assets
Side Chains
AppCoins
DAT is a global classification standard destined to all market participants involved in the investment process.
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
DAT enables users to:
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
Digital Asset Taxonomy Overview
2 Classification Frameworks
4 Subclasses Of Digital Assets
2 Families Of Digital Assets
1 Super Asset Class
DAT
Analyze sector and industry contributions to portfolio performance.
Judge the strengths and weaknesses of different distributed protocols in an objective and consistent manner.
Pinpoint industry investment opportunities across developed and emerging industry sectors
Asset Superclass
Digital Asset Families
Subclasses of Digital Assets
Digital Assets
General Digital Assets
Protocol Tokens
Payment Digital Assets
Platform Digital Assets
Side Chains
AppCoins
Transport
Information Media
Financial and Insurance
Real Estate
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
Management of Companies and Enterprises Public Administration
Education and Training
Health Care and Social Assistance
Arts and Recreation Services
Energy
Water
Waste Management
Automotive
Food
Houseware
Electrical and Electronic Goods Retailing
Hardware and Building Supplies
Recreational Goods Retailing
Clothing, Footwear and Personal Accessories
Accommodation
Food and Beverage Services
Road Transport
Rail Transport
Water Transport
Air and Space Transport
Postal and Courier Pick-Up and Delivery Services
Transport Support Services
Warehousing and Storage Services
Publishing
Telecommunications Services
Data Processing Services
Library and Archives Services
Finance
Insurance
Property Operators and Real Estate Services
Scientific Research Services
Architectural, Engineering and Technical Services
Legal and Accounting Services
Advertising
Market Research and Statistical Services
Consulting
Veterinary Services
Public Administration
Regulatory Services
Preschool and School Education
Higher Education
Adult, Community and Other Education
Hospitals
Health Care Services
Residential Care Services
Social Assistance Services
Heritage Activities
Creative and Performing Arts
Sports and Recreation
Gambling
DIGITAL ASSET TAXONOMY
Capital Assets
Provide ongoing source of value, and can be priced on the basis of the net present value of its expected returns
Consumable/Transformable Assets
Raw material/building blocks that serve as inputs into finished products. It has economic value but does not yield an ongoing stream of value.
Store of Value Assets
Cannot be consumed nor it can generate income. Nevertheless, it has value as it is a store of value asset.
Digital Assets
It can function simultaneously as Capital, Consumable/Transformable, and Store of Value Assets thanks to their permission-less, distributed, and cryptographically secure nature.
Equities

Bonds

Income Producing Real State

Commodities

Precious Metals

Currency

Fine Art

Payment Digital Assets

Platform Assets

Side Chain

AppCoin
Superclasses of Digital Assets
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