For example, a token is like a company share and can be associated with a business, real estate, gold, silver, stocks, goods or any other form of asset. This then gives that token an "intrinsic value" (base value). So if there are 1 million tokens associated with the company worth $10 million, then each token has an intrinsic value of $10.
If demand for those tokens grow, then it also creates residual value too.
So, a token can end up having intrinsic AND residual values which make it more attractive.
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