Crypto trader eyes endless possibilities in digital assets

Marcus Lim started trading crypto in 2017 and has made an 850 per cent average return on his crypto investments. ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH
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SINGAPORE - Crypto trader Marcus Lim expects digital assets to become more mainstream as they have endless possibilities, unlike stocks, which are limited to a firm's performance.

Things like art, collectibles and real estate are being tokenised through non-fungible tokens (NFTs) which can be used to represent ownership of unique items, noted Mr Lim, 35.

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