Tokenised assets makes the Financial Services sector more efficient & improves the way assets and services are traded.
Blockchain offers increased efficiencies by offering a layer of trust, and greatly reducing transaction costs by avoiding the involvement of a central third party to keep track of and verify assets & transactions
Using smart contracts on a decentralised Blockchain simplifies agreements between all parties, thus eliminating the experience of costly banks making transactions between untrusting parties
Blockchains are famous for their enterprise-grade security, IT & access management. Digital assets & tokenisation can not be forged, so all parties can be 100% confident that every unit is real
Tokenisation cuts down barriers to access FS markets, allowing people to trade & invest in a frictionless way, irrespective of an investor/assets location & with far reduced minimum capital requirements.
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Our NFT and Blockchain technology underpins the tokenisation of commodities, from agriculture and precious metals to CFDs, Derivatives & Futures trading.
Tokenised commodities are simply accounting units (or crypto tokens) that are administered on the Blockchain – that allows enterprise grade security and 100% authenticity.
The process (smart contract) attaches legal ownership of real-world assets, like Gold or Grain, to a crypto token.
These tokens can represent any type of paper instrument used to trade commodities
Tokenisation of commodities creates a number of advantages over traditional methods of trading, including security, cost efficiencies, increased liquidity & flexible finance options across all asset classes.