What’s a digital asset?
Think of a digital asset as any information stored electronically, either online or on a device. This includes text, images, multimedia and personal property stored in a digital format – as well as any words, characters, codes or contractual rights necessary to access that digital content.
4 common types of digital assets
Information stored on social websites like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest.
Photos, videos, emails, music, medical records, blogs, usernames and passwords, digital books, gaming assets, avatars, home security systems and loyalty programs.
Online shopping sites, PayPal, online bill pay, digital tax documents, credit card accounts, virtual currencies and U.S. Savings Bonds.
Domain names, blogs, patient/customer information, eBay seller information, intellectual property, self-image and digital file storage.