An FDA/NFT is a digital asset or also called cryptoasset that represents real-world objects like DOMAINS, art, music, in-game items… In this case, domains, are bought and sold on HOSTERIZING with $HTZ cryptocurrency. FDA/NFTs are also generally one of a kind and have unique identifying codes. Anyone can view the domains. Why are people willing to spend millions on something they could easily screenshot?
Because an FDA/NFT allows the buyer to own the original item. Not only that, it contains built-in authentication, which serves as proof of ownership. As it has a unique identifies stored in our database, it is impossible to have the same right with a mined screenshot.
Collectors value those “digital bragging rights” almost more than the item itself. Owning a screenshot for example does not give you any property of the item and as it is unique, the screenshot cannot be re-minted to simulate the original one because it will be completely different.
In many countries the property of an FDA/NFT is directly reported as intangible asset in your balance sheet. The screenshot is not.
An .hTLD is intrinsically and by definition a digital asset that represents a space in the WEB 3.0 as it is a domain for decentralized websites.