NFT & Tokenisation

Tokenisation for Businesses


Tokenisation of assets is undeniably the new tech-powered alternatives for businesses to increase liquidity, profit, and capture a new audience. Businesses are shifting towards DLT (Distributed Ledger Technology). It opens up funding opportunities that make the investment processes digital and faster. This also allows businesses to reach investors anywhere in the world. 

Non-fungible Tokens

At Gravitas International Associates, we provide end-to-end NFT blockchain solutions from minting services to investment consultancy for your NFTs. Our NFTs minting services offers a secure and compliant blockchain technology advancement that brings together digital assets with real-world technical experiences. We create packages that offer the benefits of NFT ownership that could potentially be sold for millions of dollars. 

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About NFTs

 
What are NFTs used for?
 
 
Art & Digital Content 

Digital art allows people to engage with art from their homes through their computers and phones. Before NFTs, digital art was almost impossible to monetize. A gif, meme, digital video or picture is easy to screenshot, copy or replicate. This diminishes the value of the art when it becomes so easy to copy and difficult to track the original artwork. 

 

With NFTs, this helps tokenize art and the original can be easily traced back. The commercial value of the art is protected as someone can actually own the original. 

Gaming

The first project to take NFTs to the mainstream was CryptoKitties. While some in the gaming community initially refused to acknowledge it as a “real game”, the team pioneered on-chain game mechanics that were revolutionary, given the constraints of blockchain at the time. The highest priced CryptoKitty was $170,000.

 

In the wider industry, NFTs have helped shift the power back to the gamers. Unlike traditional games, Blockchain environments permit players to gain true ownership of their in-game items.  All those hours farming, battling clans and going on multiple quests to get that epic sword can now be bought, auctioned and traded in online marketplaces. 

Events

A major issue that events face are grey markets and counterfeit tickets. NFTs add great value to ticketing companies with smart tickets that make tickets verifiable, interoperable and have clear ownership. The tickets can also be stored and saved in the users wallet, allowing them to unlock benefits from the company for future events.

 

The first ever NFT-exclusive ticketing event was hosted by MetaCartel during the Berlin Blockchain Week in 2019. These tickets will unlock features for other events in the future. 

Investments & Collaterals

DeFi (decentralised finance) has attracted huge attention as it has made financial services available without the need of traditional intermediaries, like a bank or lawyer, and harnesses the power of blockchain and smart contracts. 

 

NFTs mixed with this explosive, emerging financial vertical have allowed countless possibilities. NFTs can be used as collaterals in DeFi lending and can also represent more complex financial products like insurances, bonds or options. 

 

While this integration is still in its infancy, decentralised exchanges (DEX) within the DeFi scene have started harnessing the powers of NFTs, starting with digital collectibles. 

 

KingSwap, whose launch saw $4million USD transactions on UniSwap in the first 3 days, had its Knight NFTs sold out within hours. KingSwap has tiered NFTs with different level of rewards that unlock benefits from lower transaction fees to VIP access to the most exclusive clubs.

 
 
What are the benefits of NFTs?
 
Decentralised Marketplace

NFTs enable artists to profit directly from their work. Art is a wonderful example, where someone would need an agency to sell and advertise their work. NFTs cut out the middlemen, allowing artists and original producers to engage and trade with their consumers directly. This approach also helps the developers by allowing them to receive a commission every time the NFT is traded.

Unique Collectibles

They are unique in the sense that just one can exist and cannot be easily reproduced. In most situations, an artist or merchant will only have a few NFTs, rather than thousands. As a result, it is reasonable to presume that you will be one of the few people who own these rarities. You may save them once you buy them, and their valuation will rise over time.

Resellable

The majority of individuals will become engaged with NFTs in order to make money. There are many people who make a living by reselling them. Investing in NFTs for resale value can result in massive returns. Some of these collectibles have been resold for more than 20,000 USD, despite the fact that the initial buyer only paid a few thousand dollars. 

Immutable

Nobody can ever change the metadata on the token. Furthermore, it cannot be erased, lost, or removed from the blockchain. Essentially, they are designed to live indefinitely since their data will always remain unchanged. This, in and of itself, lends to their collectability and great value.

Copyright

One of the most significant advantages of NFT technology is that it allows artists and content providers to keep complete copyright. In most license agreements, this is unusual. This permits them to continue earning money without giving up their copyrights.

Security

NFTs are secure by design as they leverage on the decentralised nature of blockchains. Data is housed at several nodes all over the world. At each node, there is always an identical record of the database. Even if the network goes down, there will always be a record of it someplace.
The NFT technology ensures that nodes are always operational, regardless of what happens to the blockchain itself. As a result, it is nearly impossible to breach the data.