Digital goods have the potential to become easily tradable crypto assets. Digital goods are the product of commercial economies: non-fungible items that represent ownership of both digital and physical assets, such as digital art, in-game assets and sneakers. Crypto market participants in decentralized networks have thus far hyper-focused on the fungible exchange of cryptocurrencies and crypto-securities. These assets, generally described as “fungible tokens”, usually represent an electronic stock or currency. As the “non-fungible token” asset class becomes more prevalent, infrastructure is needed to enable their efficient pricing and exchange, as a means to onboard and facilitate transactions for a wide range of digital and physical goods.