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NFT-Based Luxury Watch Certificate: How It Works

Folks who trade used luxury watches know how important it is for your watch to come with a certificate. Typically in the form of a credit card-sized plastic or a folded piece of paper with a serial number, the name of the first owner, and the date of purchase, the watch certificate is an important determinant of the watch’s resale value.

This is so because of authenticity. By matching the serial number stated on the certificate and the serial number engraved on the watch case, a buyer will be relatively well assured that the watch is authentic…

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