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A Non-Fungible Token (NFT) is a digital asset on the blockchain that represents real-world objects like art, music, in-game items or videos. They are bought and sold online, frequently with cryptocurrencies, and they are generally encoded with the same underlying software as many cryptos. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Ethereum are fungible, meaning they can be exchanged and traded for one another. NFTs are unique digital tokens that are not represented by an equivalent or cannot be replaced.
Non-Fungible License Tokens (NFLTs) allow a better license management and enable startups and companies to create powerful communities by incentivizing supporters for the completion of microtasks. NFLTs can be traded on any regular NFT marketplace.
Example calculation for our first campaign Modular.Farm:
Let’s say you hold the 5% commission area manager license for San Francisco with a population of 875,000. In a worst-case-scenario with a conversion rate of only 0.1% in that area over the next 3 years, and an average shopping cart value of $15,000, you would bank $656,250 (+ additional closest distance sales and marketplace commissions).
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You can get grab your Master NFLT right on Opensea.
To acquire project NFLTs, please start at the Explore page.

No, we don’t. If your project is not ready to be published, please contact us at a later time. However, you’re allowed to “hide” your secret sauce within your NFLTs, so only your NFLT buyers can see it.

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