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The future of collectibles is digital

Ryoma Ito


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Ryoma Ito is co-founder of MakersPlace, a community empowering the world’s digital pioneers. In prior personas, he co-founded a B2B e-commerce subscription business servicing 100 k+ online shopkeepers, was VP of Product at Specialdeals and was work No. 1 at two venture-backed startups, one of which was acquired by Groupon.

The estimated width of the global collectibles sell is $370 billion.

People have an innate propensity to collect, which drives obtains of collectible goods like skill, games, plays memorabilia, playthings and more. But given that the world is rapidly adopting digital each day, how likely is it that this market can continue to grow as is?

Won’t this primarily physical busines have little selection but to evolve with the times?

With an increase in digital adoption, a step-function innovation is emerging; digital collectibles. The new medium is gaining in popularity and its affect is spreading relatively quickly.

The potential impact on the cryptocurrency landscape, while seemingly unrelated, is quite profound. Customs already represented in the collectibles marketplace have new provides, demographics and fiscal blows to take into account. Even household brands are acknowledging their significance and building strategies around them.

Image by Christian Braun via hobbyDB

Digital collectibles have taken a foothold and are well on their room to increase their presence in our daily lives.

What is a digital collectible?

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