Content Acquisition and Payments

  • ownership of a virtual asset (in the form of a DAPP or land token) and clearance to use such an asset or service is defined by a scripted transaction. When a third party purchases the right to use a DAPP (in the case of curated contents) the ownership function previously defined at the point of creation of the DAPP creates a payment transaction that houses a specific transaction code. DAPPS are by default configured to check for and then authenticate a transaction code before granting usage access.

    Once the decentralized application is completed, a land parcel in the 3D world must be acquired to receive the virtual building that will host it. This land parcel is intrinsically defined as a Land token.

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