You say you can’t see why CVC is related to greater crypto value. At the same time you realise that if assets become tokenised, each token represents 1 of something that you can get in the real world, 1 hamburger, 1g of gold, 1 share, etc. Those tokenised assets will depend on different market forces than the crypto trading world.
I haven’t read the Civic whitepaper, so I don’t know what 1CVC represents in the real world, 1 click, 1 account verification, 1 unlock? I’m guessing Civic services will be paid with an amount of CVC determined by market forces, therefore I predict you CVC token value will highly likely depend on the supply and demand of people who use it – if those are us, blockchain enthusiasts, CVC price will correlate to BTC, ETH, otherwise, if your users are let’s mostly world pedestrians, it might move with the dollar.
I commented because I think you had an error in thinking, as I said, I haven’t read the Civic whitepaper, so the error could be mine.