Read about the reasoning behind the D-Drops concept.
The concept of D-Drops is based on a couple of assumptions about the future world. We will introduce these assumptions shortly and explain our reasoning behind these assumptions.

The thinning of the boundary between the digital and the physical world.

Just by analyzing the new technologies that are coming up such as NFT's and digital museum tours, we can see a clear trend of integration between the two worlds. At first, people wanted to create real-life experiences in games and other digital domains. It started with steering wheels in race games and led to motion detectors in next-gen consoles such as the Nintendo Wii and Xbox Kinect. The idea is to integrate real-life experience with the digital, VR is the latest step towards this direction and it has opened up a whole new playfield to explore. Looking at it from the other side we would also like to integrate digital objects into our physical world. Who can forget the Tupac Shakur and Michael Jackson hologram concerts? Nowadays AR is the new hot player in the market, being able to furnish your entire home with AR objects to see how it looks is not a concept of the future but a fact of the present. AR has opened an entirely new method to integrate digital assets into the physical world. Who can forget the vastly popular AR app: PokemonGO. The streets were filled worldwide with people exploring an entirely new digital layer of the physical world.

NFT's will create endless opportunities for digital assets

NFT's have become the hottest thing in town these days. While it is fun to have the first tweet of Jack Dorsey (founder of Twitter) as an NFT in your wallet, there are many more possible use cases for NFT's. Did you know that an artist could release a record as an NFT and sell a limited amount of it? The artist could also add a function into the Smart Contract which will reward the creator with a royalty whenever the record is transferred to a new owner. Or a writer that could create a limited edition book NFT, that gives the holder of the NFT the privilege to ask the writer anything! One of the most interesting use cases is the fact that NFT's can be directly linked to physical objects. This means that the owner of an NFT corresponding to a physical item will also be the owner of the physical item. Just imagine how easy it will be to prove something is yours, just show them your NFT. No more contracts or certifications necessary, the NFT and the underlying blockchain will immediately validate your claim of ownership
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