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A digital asset

include[s] digital, asset-backed and cryptographic currencies like Bitcoin, Ripple and Ven, along with the emerging ecosystem of payment innovations, fiscal tools, and P2P products enabled by these new Internet technologies.[1]
includes a computer network, computer system, computer, computer program, computer data, content data, and traffic data.[2]
is digital content owned by an individual or organization. Digital assets are any digital material owned by an enterprise or individual including text, graphics, audio, video, and animations.[3]
[is a] digital representation of value which can be used for payment or investment purposes. This does not include digital representations of fiat currencies.[4]

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