This book offers a primer on the valuation of digital intangibles, a trending class of immaterial assets. Startups like successful
unicorns, as well as consolidated firms desperately working to re-engineer their business models, are now trying to go digital
and to reap higher returns by exploiting new intangibles. This book is innovative in its design and concept since it tackles
a frontier topic with an original methodology, combining academic rigor with practical insights. Digital intangibles range
from digitized versions of traditional immaterial assets (brands, patents, know-how, etc.) to more trendy applications like
big data, Internet of Things, interoperable databases, artificial intelligence, digital newspapers, social networks, blockchains,
FinTech applications, etc. This book comprehensively addresses related valuation issues, and demonstrates how best practices
can be applied to specific asset appraisals, making it of interest to researchers, students, and practitioners alike.