Deutsche Bank will provide secure storage solutions for institutional investors to address crypto investment concerns. This development could impact established and emerging projects like Tron (TRX) and Domini.art (DOMI).
Domini.art is a platform that uses blockchain technology and traditional art practices to offer services in the decentralized finance (defi) industry. It has been gaining attention in the crypto market for its combination of art and finance.
Domini.art’s presale is also in progress.
Domini.art decentralizes art
Domini.art allows investors to invest in blue-chip artwork through fractional ownership.
To make this possible, artworks are tokenized as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and sold on the platform’s NFT marketplace.
Domini.art also has a portal where investors can list their NFT ownership stakes for sale or explore available fractions of other artworks. In this way, there is transparency, liquidity, and a fair trading environment, specifically for fractionalized blue-chip art assets.
DOMI is the native ERC-20 token that powers the operations of the Domini.art ecosystem.
Its tokenomics structure involves a deflationary burn mechanism and a redistribution system.
In the ongoing presale, DOMI is available for $0.0021.
Deutsche Bank’s recent move to secure crypto storage could spur the adoption of coins like $DOMI.
TRON promotes decentralization
Tron is a high throughput, smart contract platform that promotes decentralization by giving content creators full ownership of their content.
TRX, the native currency of Tron, is used to facilitate transactions and reward users who actively participate in the network. The coin ensures the smooth functioning of the broader Tron ecosystem across its three essential layers: storage, core, and application.
Deutsche Bank’s plan to provide crypto custody services for its institutional investors may positively impact TRX and DOMI, a deflationary token.
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