Access RightsToken rights refers to the broad spectrum of how a token is used to facilitate a transfer of value within cryptoeconomics. Application tokens are generally specific to an application where as protocol tokens (i.e. Bitcoin, Ethereum etc.) operate on the broader network the application is running on. Depending on the business model, token rights can take on any number of shapes. Payment tokens for examples, may be the only way to make payments on the network where as access tokens provide the ability simply to access the network. Other models of token rights include governance, where holders influence development road maps and contribution rights, where tokens are needed to play a role on the platform. Tokens play a key role in developing the type of consensus protocol best suited for the business model.... More tokens  are cryptocurrencyA Cryptocurrency address is used to receive and send transactions on the network. An address is most commonly represented as a string of alphanumeric characters and sometimes referred to as wallets. Addresses can also be represented as a scannable QR code. that enable access rightsToken rights refers to the broad spectrum of how a token is used to facilitate a transfer of value within cryptoeconomics. Application tokens are generally specific to an application where as protocol tokens (i.e. Bitcoin, Ethereum etc.) operate on the broader network the application is running on. Depending on the business model, token rights can take on any number of shapes. Payment tokens for examples, may be the only way to make payments on the network where as access tokens provide the ability simply to access the network. Other models of token rights include governance, where holders influence development road maps and contribution rights, where tokens are needed to play a role on the platform. Tokens play a key role in developing the type of consensus protocol best suited for the business model.... More are tokensAsset-backed tokens are claims on an underlying asset, from a specific issuer. used in a decentralized platform to provide usage of the platform itself. 

Advantages: Flexibility to the platform while seeming less like an investment

Disadvantages: Potential for reduced demand- paying for transaction fees actually doesn’t take that much value.

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