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Digital Realestate

 What is Digital Realestate?

Almost anything digital that can be traded.

  1. Domain names
  2. Websites
  3. Blogs
  4. Email lists
  5. NFT
  6. Cryptocurrencies
  8. Metaverse are all digital realestate
95 years after the first VISITORSℹ centre was constructed in New Buffalo, USA.
Around Four years before Apple launched the iMac in 1998 they began to acquire alot of “i” themed domain names, then in 2001 the first emoji xn--code and in 2003 IDN xn--code were approved. 
Emoji can talk in 6500 languages (that's all of them)

A fantastic example of efficient communication is in Morse’s code. Naturally the signals (dots and dashes) are not designated in an alphabetical linear fashion (eg.A=Dot, B=Dash, C=2Dots, and so on), a single dot represents the most commonly used letter which is “E”, and a single dash “T”.

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