Blockchain Experts, I need your attention on Fractional Ownership of NFT

In Real Estate NFTs, Each asset can cost us from $100,000 - $10,000,000.

I want allow buyers to own portion of NFT instead of buying whole asset.

Option 1:

Make ERC20 Ownership token and linked with NFT asset. NFT will be kept in vault and users will buy ownership tokens and can hold portion of NFT.

For 1 NFT, we make 1000 Ownership Tokens and sell these fungible supply.

If user is holding 1 ownership token, it means that he is holding 1/1000 ownership of original NFT

Option 2:

Make copies of NFT with respect to ownership tokens we want and sell copy of NFT directly instead on selling fungible supply.

1 NFT = 1000 Copy NFTs

If users holds 1 copy NFT that means that he is holding 1/1000 ownership of original NFT

@abcoathup and other team. Please suggest me which is the best practice.

I got a contract for that

So how will you suggest?

Make an erc20 ownership token linked to an nft stored in a vault

Am working on creating that service for anyone and I got the code ready with governance functionality to the erc20 ownership token holders

The popularity of NFT has already passed, and the demand for cryptocurrency continues to grow. So it seems senseless to me to try to create a project for NFT. Now there is a trend toward a big global crisis. That's why many people start looking for alternative ways to earn money, and mostly they are attracted to cryptocurrency. My friend wants to launch his own cryptocurrency by this fall via http://bhero.com. We have discussed this idea for a long time as it is hard to compete with other cryptocurrencies. Do you think it's a good idea to launch your own crypto?

can't you just use https://fractional.art/fractionalize

Yes, it all depends on utilities for that token