Digital Property - Primer
Digital property defined
Digital property is an area in a spatialized environment tied to a coordinate system within that environment, which is in essence virtual real estate. Each area of digital property has corresponding digital property rights. Digital property is the location where applications, information, services, utilities and travelers meet in a virtual space. Digital property can be represented in either a 2D or a 3D environment.
Digital property provides support for the currency offered in the Virtual Global Nation and is the underpinning of a working investment and funding mechanism. Digital property forms the basis for aggregating under the umbrella of the VGN the collective knowledge, functionality, and experience of a global population.
Digital property can be bought, sold and traded on the International Digital Exchange.
Digital property is defined as a digital space and will be subject to digital property law, as opposed to intellectual property, which falls under US copyright or patent law.
Each area of digital property has an accompanying bundle of digital property rights. Examples of digital property rights include: application rights, service rights, utility rights, advertising rights and mining rights. Ownership of digital property and accompanying rights are registered at the Digital Property Registry.
- Semantic relationships
- Communications Platform
- Commerce Platform
- Voting Platform
- Educational Platform
- Learning theory
- Digital property and business
- Coherence and consistency
- Self-refining information environments
- Informed consent and better information
- A better search engine
- A learning engine
- Commerce and communications environment