Tokens can be described as digital units of value representing specific assets or utilities that rely on existing blockchain technology.
In a tokenization, an asset or contract is linked to a digital representation – the token – on a blockchain. A (blockchain) token is thus a digital asset that represents an object of ownership. The ownership of tokens is regulated via a blockchain.
There are different types of tokens for different application purposes. The most common are security tokens, utility tokens, non-fungible tokens and payment tokens. In addition, there are a number of other tokens, such as social tokens or ERC tokens.
Virtual Stock Option Plan (VESOP) gives every employee the benefit to be a shareholder of a company without an actual ownership rights structure between employer and employees.
Utility tokens provide access to a product/service and/or represent the right to use a product/service or function of a project.
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