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What is an asset?

A blockchain asset is a digital representation of value or ownership, stored on a blockchain. It can take various forms, such as cryptocurrencies like Neurai, tokens, or non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

These assets are characterized by their digital nature, decentralized control, and immutable transaction records. They can be easily transferred, often without intermediaries, and are secured using cryptographic methods.

Blockchain assets are not only a medium of exchange but can also represent ownership of real or digital assets, access rights in decentralized applications, or act as investment vehicles.

Assets in Neurai

The potential of assets lies in their unique properties that are subject to the blockchain for which they are designed. Neurai uses code from Ravencoin, a reputable blockchain that uses an Asics-resistant algorithm and a perfect proof-of-work for a true decentralized system.

Their characteristics can be detailed in its unique properties:


  • Digital: Exists only in electronic form.
  • Decentralized: Not controlled by any single entity.
  • Immutable: Permanent record; transactions cannot be altered.
  • Transferable: Can be transferred between parties without intermediaries.
  • Programmable: Especially with smart contracts for automatic execution of terms.
  • Interoperable: Compatible with various blockchain networks (in some cases).
  • Scarcity: Quantitatively limited, especially for NFTs and certain tokens.
  • Provenance: Transparent history of ownership and transactions.


  • Representation of ownership (real or digital assets).
  • Medium of exchange.
  • Access to services or utilities (in the case of utility tokens).
  • Investment or speculative asset (especially for cryptocurrencies and some NFTs).


  • Tokenization: Representation of real-world assets.
  • Ownership records.
  • Financial transactions.
  • Digital collectibles.
  • Access rights in decentralized applications.