Social media posts can be considered digital assets because they are digital content that have value to certain individuals or groups. This value can come from factors such as the post's or influencer's popularity, or the aesthetics, uniqueness, or relevance to a particular trend or topic.
By purchasing or owning the rights to a social media post, an individual or company can use it for various purposes, such asmarketing, advertising, or collecting.
Social media platforms such as Hashtag.bio and Social PayMe allow influencers to sell their posts as digital assets to interested buyers.
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Digital assets are subject to a number of risks, including price volatility. Transacting in digital assets could result in significant losses and may not be suitable for some consumers. Digital asset markets and exchanges are not regulated with the same controls or costumers protections avaliable with other forms of financial products are subject to an evolving regulatory environment. Digital assets do not tipically have legal tender status and are not covered by deposit protections insurance. The past performance of a digital asset is not a guide to future performance, nor is it a reliable indicator of future results or performance. All trademarks, logos and brand names are the proprietary property of their respective owners.