Digital assets

The digital assets are the foundation of the new economy. They represent stakes in services like prediction markets, micro-payments, smart contracts, remittance, games, distributed computing and others. The digital assets with the largest market capitalisation include Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, Dash, MaidSafeCoin, and of course ICONOMI.

Digital assets on ICONOMI

ICONOMI is the first and currently the only platform where four generations of digital assets are available. Going beyond Bitcoin (first generation), alt-coins (second generation) and application tokens (third generation) - the Digital Assets Arrays™ (DAA) represent the fourth generation, one that combines the properties of all underlying digital assets.


Bitcoin (BTC) is the original value token that still represents more than a half of tokenised digital assets’ market capitalisation.


Ether (ETH) is a value token of a distributed platform that allows developers to create distributed applications and smart contracts.


Monero (XMR) is a privacy-centric value token that uses advanced transaction cloaking techniques.


MaidSafecoin (MAID) is the token used on the Maidsafe Network, which is a distributed data storage network.


GameCredits (GAME) is a gaming value token based on Bitcoin that aims to replace existing in-game purchasing options and mechanisms.


Steem (STEEM) is building distributed content and media distribution platform, promising to disrupt publishing and distribution businesses. Community building and social interaction are rewarded.


Siacoin (SC) is the designated cryptocurrency used on the Sia decentralised data storage platform which functions as a remote peer-to-peer data storage network.


Waves (WAVES) is a Blockchain token platform that allows the creation transfer and exchange of custom and fiat tokens and assets through the Blockchain without volatility.


SingularDTV (SNGLS) is a blockchain entertainment studio laying the foundation for a decentralised entertainment industry.


iExec (RLC) is a new decentralised cloud-computing platform that is blockchain based. It aims to tackle the current limitations of centralised cloud computing.

Digital Cash

Digital Cash (DASH) is a digital value token based on Bitcoin that provides for faster transactions and enhanced financial privacy.


Augur (REP) is a distributed prediction market to exchange value when forecasting event outcomes based on the ‘wisdom of the crowd’ principle.


Factom (FCT) provides a data layer for blockchain applications featuring real-time audits and instant data verification.


Lisk (LSK) is a public blockchain platform that provides distributed blockchain apps with their own separate blockchain, solving challenges around scalability.


Golem (GNT) is a token of the Ethereum-based decentralised supercomputer network Golem. It is part of the open-source Golem project, where anyone can make money 'renting' out their computing power or developing & selling software.


Synereo (AMP) is the Synereo's native token, which serves as a way to amplify the flow of information in the network and allows content creators to easily monetise original works without relying on adds.


DigixGlobal (DGD) is the first organisation built on Ethereum that tokenises physical assets onto the Ethereum blockchain.


The Aragon Network (ANT) goal is to act as a digital jurisdiction that makes it extremely easy and friendly for organisations, entrepreneurs and investors to operate.


WeTrust (TRST) is a collaborative savings, lending and insurance platform that is autonomous, agnostic, frictionless, and decentralised.


Matchpool (GUP) is a decentralised matchmaking protocol, which uses group dynamics to help participants match with each other.