What matters is the binding of the token to physically existing material values or to the prospects for the formation of such through the activities of the project. In this case, it is not the “instant” profit that is important, but the long-term stable profitability of EVA (Economic value added), which shows in which direction the cost of the project and the issuer has changed over a certain period. Perhaps the problem of the mechanism for generating added value when using tokens is relevant when considering a token in a closed system of self tasks. But the token as a new global phenomenon should be considered much broader, primarily as integrated initially in the branches of the new material economy (example: hydrogen technologies), into which the token must be initially embedded as a full-fledged component, and in this case the prospect of obtaining long-term added value is seen. The token, as initially integrated into the base, will show the profitability of EVA if the project represents a global long-term concept for the formation and development of another new technological era based on green hydrogen. The period of obtaining added value will be as long as new technologies (for example: green hydrogen) and their everyday practical application will develop. In turn, a long digital data loop will only allow performing an extensive “service” function, creating a climate of general transparency, accessibility, and so on.