Tokenization and Decentralized Finance | Interaxis.io

Tokenization centers around the concept of disintermediation in a variety of processes. By replacing such intermediaries with code, decentralized finance democratizes the ability to trade real-world assets and potentially provides increased security, efficiency, and reliability to asset owners. There is also the potential to create more liquidity for investors.

The transparency, liquidity, and efficiency lends itself to greater coupling with Decentralized Finance – peer-to-peer lending and trading, data oracles, and hyper-customized portfolios.

This video gives you an analysis of the potential implications of tokenizing real-world assets. We go over financial processes, oracles, and blockchain concepts to help you understand the bigger picture of such a technology.

Tokenization: The Future of Security

It’s important to store credit card information in the most secure possible way. Tokenization stores credit card information off-site. In return, you receive a reference coin, which we refer to as a “token.” That token will sit in your system as a payment method. You have all the functionality of being able to store a credit card without the liability of actually holding onto it yourself. It’s by far the best technique for actually storing credit card information in a PCI compliant manner, and keeping that liability off of you and your own business. Not everyone is Target or Marriott, not everyone can take on millions of dollars of problems and still come out the other end in business. Tokenization is the best way to store information and keep yourself safe.

Tatiana Koffman: The Main Benefit of Tokenization Is Liquidity

Meet Tatiana Koffman. She is a securities attorney who found her way into the crypto and security token world after working with DNA Fund. She later helped form a VC fund for the group Linkin Park. Tatiana explains how security tokens can help transform the financial industry and more in this expert interview with Security Token Academy’s Director of Programming, Adam Chapnick.

An Introduction to Tokenomics

David Siegel takes to the main stage in Amsterdam – at the Chainges event – to give a masterful introduction to tokenomics and the future of ICOs. Watch to learn more about the potential future and how the world’s economy can change with the introduction of tokens and token economies.

Automated Finance | Making DeFi Accessible

Clay Robbins, 0x Growth Lead, explains “automated finance” which enable developers to build the next wave of user experiences that will make decentralized finance (DeFi) more accessible.

Within Decentralized Finance (DeFi) is Automated Finance, which is abstraction of complex financial transactions into trustless, accessible user experiences.

Within Decentralized Finance (DeFi) is Automated Finance, which is abstraction of complex financial transactions into trustless, accessible user experiences.

0xpo 2020: A Brief History of Tokenization

A token is a scarce digital asset whose ownership is tracked on a public blockchain.

Tokenization refers to the accelerating trend of representing digital and real-world assets as tokens on public blockchains, such as Ethereum.

What is 0x?

0x is a community-owned protocol that provides p2p exchange infrastructure and aggregated liquidity that enables the crypto economy to swap tokens at the best prices.

What is Tokenization?

Tokenized investments provide liquidity for otherwise illiquid investments such as real estate, securities, and other investment funds. The teams discusses the rise of tokenization lead by projects such as Tezos, tZero, and transfer agents like Vertalo