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Digital Certificate of Value Asset Class
A Digital Certificate of Value has inherent value as a representation of a certificate that can be presented to the underlying asset custodian in exchange for the actual underlying asset (tangible, intangible, Digital Commodity or currency), in proportionate value as identified by the governance framework of the Digital Asset. Digital Certificates of Value are generally fungible. Fungible assets are not unique to one another, the same in character, and interchangeable. Examples: The United States Dollar before the gold standard was abolished. The Gemini Dollar or Tether backed by the United States Dollar. The Carat backed by Diamonds. Any Digital Asset that has an underlying asset held in custody and can be redeemed for the underlying asset. Divisibility is a consideration in the analysis. One Gemini Dollar is the same as another Gemini Dollar in its character. These Digital Assets are sometimes referred to as Stable Coins.
Digital Certificate of Value Performance Index
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Digital Certificate of Value Technicals
$57
Index ▼ -4.71%
$2,398,528,775
Marketcap ▼ -0.08%
$23,847,398,592
Volume ▼ -12.43%
# Sectors Δ24hr Value Marketcap 24hr Vol 7 Day Sector Charts
5 Certificate of Value - Gold -5.10% $52.43 $66,324,812 $5,475,860 Loading..
13 Certificate of Value - USD 0.07% $2.9999 $2,332,203,963 $23,841,373,776 Loading..
20 Certificate of Value - Diamond 1.89% $1.0800 $0 $532,689 Loading..
35 Certificate of Value - Cannabis 0.00% $0.005781 $0 $0 Loading..
36 Certificate of Value - Precious Metals 0.75% $0.005518 $0 $16,267 Loading..
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The Structure of the Digital Economy in Focus. Presented in Defining the Digital Economy.