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Token Types

What’s the difference between Owner Tokens and License Tokens?

Owner Tokens designate the intellectual property owner for a game/asset. Holding an Owner Token means that the holder receives revenue from the sale of the corresponding game/asset. These are minted upon upload of the game/asset and go into the publisher’s wallet.

License Tokens allow the holder to access and utilize a game/asset in a way specified by the Owner. Holding a License Token does not confer intellectual property ownership, but may enable the holder to trade, resell, or modify the licensed game/asset. For example, purchasing a game on Rensa Games grants the purchaser a Game License Token.

Owner Token and License Token metadata is connected to direct the flow of payments on the platform.