|#||Subsectors||Δ24hr||Value||Marketcap||24hr Vol||7 Day Subsector Charts|
|146||Communications - Monetization||-12.28%||$0.0299||$6,412,876||$1,061||Loading..|
|151||Communications - Payments||-9.78%||$0.0254||$732,096||$241||Loading..|
|174||Voice over IP||11.16%||$0.0124||$0.0000||$55,227||Loading..|
|220||Communications - Services||0.00%||$0.0029||$323,546||$0.0000||Loading..|
|242||Data - Mobile Data Marketplace||-3.05%||$0.0009||$38,190,653||$1,802,982||Loading..|
|250||Communications AI Ecosystem||-1.07%||$0.0006||$574,504||$2,117||Loading..|
“Crypto-Currency” (Digital Asset) technologies, currently including crypto-assets, crypto-currency, digital assets, coins, tokens, blockchain, distributed ledger, and decentralized networks, are affecting fundamental systemic change to world-wide transactional and financial systems.
Digital Assets are a blend of technology and finance. Defining the Digital Economy is just a glimpse into possibilities to educate, provide insights, and clarify understanding about the Digital Assets and the Digital Units operating in the Digital Economy.
The findings are a result of more than a year of deep research and analysis of over 2500 Digital Assets in the worldwide exchange traded ecosystem. Defining the Digital Economy outlines the analysis methodologies that created the DASH – Digital Asset Sector Hierarchy, the first reliable Digital Asset fundamental framework without outliers, which reveals the Structure of the Digital Economy.
The Digital Asset Sector Hierarchy - DASH offers the world, the financial services industry, and regulators first to market guidance and context about the Digital Asset ecosystem. The construct is the first reproducible framework to serve as a solid basis for Digital Asset financial services products, offers international regulatory guidance, identifies and defines four Digital Asset classes and an identifier without financial value, offers a new view of an economy, and provides granular fundamental economic analysis specifically designed for new and emerging Digital Asset technologies and ecosystems.
Individuals, entities, institutions, and regulators can now frame coherent context against a reproducible construct to support seamless integration of Digital Asset technologies into existing economic and regulatory infrastructures.
The Structure of the Digital Economy in Focus. Presented in Defining the Digital Economy.