Assets are used to create a record of a digital or physical asset on the blockchain, in order to track ownership and facilitate peer-to-peer exchange. Developers can build DApps to register different assets to create many decentralized and automated services. Some examples of assets that can be registered on the Nexus Blockchain include:
Standards Certificates: Organic, Fair Trade, Sustainable, and Quality Assurance.
Authenticity Certificates: Branded and Luxury goods.
Supply Chain Logistics: Agricultural Produce & Fish, Minerals, Timber, Livestock, Electricity, Pharmaceuticals, and Electrical Goods / Components.
Collectibles: Art and Antiques.
Financial Assets: Securitized Tokens.
Legal Documents: Certificate of Incorporation, Memorandum and Articles of Associations.
Public Records: Birth Certificates, Digital Identification, Educational and Professional Certificates, References (Landlord, Employment), Insurance Records, Marriage Certificates, Driving & other Licenses, Automotive Titles, Property, and Land Titles.
Private Records: Medical Records.
Intellectual Property: Patents, Trademarks, and Internet Domains (DNS, TNS).
Digital Media and Software Licenses: Music, Audio Books, E-books, Graphics & Photography Film, TV shows, Games, Software, and apps.
Gaming Assets: In Game Tokens and Virtual Assets.
Rewards: Loyalty Points and Airmiles.