A digital asset is something that has value and can be owned but has no physical presence. The following are common examples.
KnowledgeKnowledge recorded in formats such as documents, books, websites and media.
SoftwareSoftware in the form of code and deployed services.
DataInformation in databases and unstructured formats.
DesignsDesigns such as architectural plans or visual designs.
Patents & Trade SecretsDetails of inventions documented in digital forms.
ArtVisual works of artistic value such as photography and digitized paintings.
Entertainment & MediaEntertainment such as movies and other media such as news or educational content.
AddressesAn electronic address such as a domain name.
Virtual PropertyLocations, items and characters in virtual worlds.
Digital CurrencyElectronic currency such as a cryptocurrency.
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