An introduction to real digital assets for tech companies
Real digital assets can be used for any financial online transaction that requires a stable underlying asset which is not subject to inflation.
Real digital assets can be purchased through a registered and fully licensed broker who obtains an investment certificate from a pension fund and authorises the corresponding value to be issued to an institutional investor.
Institutional investors can invest real digital assets in solution providers in exchange for equity in a company. The provider is then able to offer customers to buy these real digital assets so they can pay for products and services. This way each investment facilitates the adoption of a company's technology because the company can redeem the underlying investment value when customers buy real digital assets - regardless of when they spend them.
The actual value of a real digital asset is a financial claim backed by a pension fund and any holder of real digital assets can redeem the cash surrender value of the underlying investment certificate. Holders can also use their real digital assets to settle a transaction with any party that accepts the financial claim in lieu of a payment in fiat currency - backed by pension funds and the strict laws that govern these types of financial institutions and the assets they manage.
The intrinsic value of real digital assets allows tech companies to build new business models that do not depend on fiat currencies because they can be fully replaced with inflation-free real digital assets that generate a return for as long as clients hold these digital units in their accounts. Customers can also be incentivised with a real investment and a future financial return every time they use a service.