Cryptogoods are safely stored inside your own digital wallet like MetaMask or Coinbase Wallet. Only you have access to this wallet and it’s up to you what you do with the goods. Because the goods live on a public blockchain like Ethereum, they can exist forever — even if the app or game that created them gets shuts down.
Typically, digital goods can be easily copied. With cryptogoods, the good is provably scarce — i.e. the number that exists is public and can be verified. Not only that, because cryptogoods are public, they make it simple to prove that the good is authentic. So what does all of this mean? You can have confidence in knowing that your goods are actually scarce (just like real-world items), as well as know who created them.
While traditional digital goods often can't be resold, or at least not easily, cryptogoods can be sold 24/7, worldwide without you even having to know or communicate with the buyer. Cryptogoods marketplaces like Rare Bits and Open Sea make it easy to sell any cryptogoods you own.
Traditional digital goods only exist in the app or game you received them in. What makes cryptogoods special is that developers of other apps and games can offer new experiences for your cryptogoods. With games like CryptoKitties, you buy a kitty, but other apps such as KittyHats let you do unique things with the kitties you own like accessorize them. This means that your cryptogoods may continue to offer new ways to use them over time!