Anything scarce will ultimately be tokenized because the benefits of digitization and increased liquidity are so great.
It used to be that you had to come to Silicon Valley, walk up Sand Hill Road, network with individuals. That's now being completely changed and turned on its head by the whole ICO thing.
Conceptually, we believe that embedded mining will ultimately establish bitcoin as a fundamental system resource on par with CPU, bandwidth, hard drive space, and RAM.
Isn't the purpose of bitcoin mining simply to get rich - or not, as the case may be? Well, at 21, we are less concerned with bitcoin as a financial instrument and more interested in bitcoin as a protocol - and particularly in the industrial uses of bitcoin enabled by embedded mining.
The future of technology is not really location-based apps; it is about making location completely unimportant.
Machine translation of signs, text, and speech brings down language barriers and facilitates ever more cross-cultural meetings of like minds.
Bitcoin is a way to have programmable scarcity. The blockchain is the data structure that records the transfer of scarce objects.
The Internet is programmable information. The blockchain is programmable scarcity.
I think tokenization eventually means everyone becomes an investor once all the regulatory issues are worked out - from your computer itself to a kid in India messing around with $10.