Financial NFTs
The big issue of DeFi v 2.0 was trying to generate "safe" yield from financial assets that have no fundamental backing. As much as fiat currencies are criticized for same, governments can and do borrow and monetize debt based on physical assets they own and tax revenue they generate.
Crypto projects can do the same by shifting focus from tokenomics that fundamentally rely on bullish sentiment about immediate double digit+ asset price appreciation to tokenomics focused on tokenizing physical assets and/or real world revenue from those assets. These semi-fungible tokenized assets are known as financial NFTs (aka fNFTs).
The use of fNFTs helps offer unique liquidity provider positions to LPs in DeFi protocols. These positions can be offered in terms of the amount of liquidity provided or the stage at which these LPs joined the protocol. This will help LPs retain their original positions via "ve" lock even when new investors arrive on the scene and earn the highest possible yields.
The fNFTs are tradable on an NFT marketplace at a price determined by the seller. However, NFTs are not as liquid as coins and tokens. On a Decentralised Exchange (DEX), it is possible to make an immediate trade with a liquidity pool. On an NFT marketplace, an investor would need to wait for an offer to buy the fNFT. But while they may lack the transactional liquidity of tokens, they allow for the locking and preservation of real world liquidity within tokens that opens up a whole new world of things like stable collateralized lending within the DeFi space that isn't just based on leveraging highly volatile assets.

The Redemption concept is where a project offers to buy back tokens or fNFTs from investors at its backing price based on the fundamentals of the project. This will provide stability to token and fNFT price, with investors knowing that they are able to redeem the tokens or fNFTs for a predetermined value from Asoba DeFi.
In order to best manage it’s finances, Asoba can have a redemption on the first week of each month or quarter, and pay out two weeks later either through airdrops or having investors claim tokens on the Asoba website. Additionally, Asoba can charge a nominal fee to effect each redemption.
After accomplishing fundraising by selling fNFTs, Asoba can airdrop yield directly to fNFT holders. This can capability can be developed at a low cost such that a non-technical user can effect the airdropping of yield.
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