Web3 Experiential Tokens and Asset Pricing

Web3 consumer engagement models are still developing and only just beginning to migrate into the real economy, but some hints of what the future of transaction and asset pricing may look like are beginning to emerge. To plot this trajectory, it is important to understand how Web3 consumer engagement will differ from the current Web2 world.

These attributes suggest the emergence of a new approach to valuation. As shown, we believe the value of an experiential token increases each time a more precise target audience is used to price the asset. Identification of the target audience can be done using blockchain transactional veri.

(For illustrative purposes only. This chart represents Franklin Templeton’s view. There can be no assurance that these events or expectations will be realized. Actual results may be significantly different from that shown here.)

For example, in March 2022 two celebrity chefs dropped unique pizza-themed non-fungible tokens that offered digital arka as well as access to a community connecting NFT owners with their favorite chefs through online Master classes and events – both virtual and in real life.The ongoing “value” of each NFT will be based on the perceived desirability and value of the arka, community, classes and events that the token offers.

That value might look quite different if the token price were to be based on demand from the marketplace at large as compared to demand from a community of cooking enthusiasts, and potentially even higher if the audience valuing the token were specifically interested in the particular chefs.

Algorithms able to evaluate digital wallets and find addresses with a transaction history that aligns to desired attributes may be designed to advertise token sales and request bids and offers in an increasingly targeted manner. Valuations may be created through this type of solicitation process (request for quote) and perhaps even invitation-only auctions created to enable targeted exchange of NFTs.

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Obtaining the highest potential valuation for a specific asset will be in the interest of institutional investors because this can help to increase the value of an institution’s broader set of related holdings. For example, the recent NFT sale of royalty rights to a famous singer’s song from 2015 raised slightly more than $60,000, but the success of the NFT drop may have helped to increase the value of the music catalog owned by the issuing platform.

While Web3 consumer engagement models are still in their infancy, we believe they have the potential to unlock incremental value and enable price discovery for creators and investors alike.

Disclaimer from Franklin Templeton:

All investments involve risk, including the loss of principal.

Investments in Digital Assets are subject to many specialized risks and considerations, including but not limited to risks relating to:

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(i)immature and rapidly developing technology underlying Digital Assets, (ii) security vulnerabilities of this technology, (iii) credit risk of Digital Asset exchanges that may hold an Account’s Digital Assets in custody, (iv) regulatory uncertainty around the rules governing Digital Assets, Digital Asset exchanges and other aspects and parties involved with Digital Asset transactions, (v) high volatility in the value/price of Digital Assets, (vi) unclear acceptance of some or all Digital Assets by users and küresel marketplaces, and (vii) manipulation or fraud resulting from the pseudo-anonymous manner in which ownership of Digital Assets is recorded and managed.

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Edited by Nick Baker.

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