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Security Tokens Backed by Real-World Assets Issued By Tokenizer

Security tokens from real world assets issued by Tokenizer, a self service platform, to be available to all.

Tokenizer is a new self-service platform launching July 29 which provides a fully compliant blockchain issuance solution for asset-backed security tokens.

This will allow businesses and individuals to tokenize their assets with zero technical or coding skills, which can then be used for raising funds and traded on the Tokenizer exchange.

Tokenize to realize the value of assets from security tokens

The tokenization of real-world assets has long been lauded as one of the killer applications of blockchain technology. However, before now this has usually required either a dedicated coding team or the services of a third-party to issue the tokens.

The Tokenizer platform gives access to tools enabling anyone to issue tokens representing their real-world assets.

The type of assets which can be tokenized are limitless, and cover physical assets such as real estate, artworks and luxury items, traditional asset classes like stocks, bonds and hedge funds, and less tangible things including intellectual property and identity.

The goal of this is not to speculate on cryptocurrencies, but to realize the value of existing assets, and simplify fundraising.

End-to-end DeFi infrastructure

Tokenizer opens up assets to a wider pool of global investors, and provides an integrated exchange on which the tokens can be traded. CEO Manindra Majumdar believes it is the first end-to-end decentralized finance, or DeFi, platform in the crypto space:

“The Tokenizer self-service issuance platform ensures that anybody can create their own security token without mastering a smart contract language. Instead of introducing cumbersome and complex multiple tools, we have kept the whole experience within our platform.”

Tokenization has the potential to make the financial industry more accessible and efficient, while unlocking trillions of dollars in currently illiquid assets.

This article is sourced from:https://cointelegraph.com