A digital asset is a representation in digital form that can be electronically stored and transferred using a Distributed Ledger Technology system or a comparable analogous technology. This system links and encrypts records to ensure the security and privacy of transactions.
One of the key features of digital assets is their ability to be owned, exchanged, transferred, traded, and promoted by both natural and legal entities.
It is important to note that digital assets are distinct from securities. Consequently, the provisions outlined in the Code of Commerce, the Securities Market Law, the Electronic Securities Law, the Electronic Annotations of Securities in Account Law, or the Investment Law do not apply in any regard.