If you can learn to play without fret markers, you will have a tremendous advantage over those who have learned to rely on the fret markers.
When I first began learning to play guitar I relied on the fret markers to help me find my place on the fretboard. But when I started playing for audiences on dark stages, I recognized the limitations of not being able to just instinctively know where the frets are. So I found it prudent to start practicing playing without looking at the fret markers to learn to play without having to look down at the fretboard and find the fret markers.
I actually would practice in dark rooms so I couldn't cheat and glance at the fret markers. Eventually I got to a point where I rarely if ever look at the fret markers. This allows me to sing into the microphone without turning my head down to check my fret markers from time to time and also allows me to make maintain eye contact with (or at least look at) the audience.
Playing instinctively will also contribute to smoother playing since you will never have to momentarily hesitate to check the fret markers.
And even if you don't plan to sing into a microphone while playing or perform on a dark stage, it would be difficult to read music or tablature while playing, if you had to look away from the music to see where the frets are.
On the other hand, if it is easier for you to learn with the fret markers, you can always try to learn to play without them as you progress. But once you learn by relying on the fret markers, you might become psychologically dependant on them and it might be more difficult to learn to play without them.
And I have seen some very talented and experienced guitarist, who not only rely on the fret markers, but enlarge them on their guitars to help see them on dark stages.
So it's really up to you. But I would encourage you to try learning without fret markers and see how far you get. If it proves too difficult in the beginning, perhaps you can use round stick on labels and add one or two fret markers on the edge of the fretboard - maybe at the 7th fret.
Good luck - whichever way you choose to go.