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Tokenization Primer

What is RWA Tokenization

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Tokenization is the process of converting the rights associated with real-world assets into digital tokens. These tokens effectively represent a claim, whether ownership, equity, or other interests, within the asset, made manageable and tradable on a digital platform.

Tokenization is becoming mainstream


Institutional Adoption

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Mckinsey: Tokenization may be at an inflection point

Broadridge: DLR Transacts $1 Trillion a Month

Goldman Sachs introduced its Digital Asset Platform

KKR launched its first tokenized private equity feeder fund on Avalanche

Hamilton Lane introduced a "tokenized" fund on the Polygon Blockchain

Franklin Templeton has unveiled a mutual fund that utilizes a public blockchain.

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Tokenization Benefits: Efficiency and Cost Reduction

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Tokenization Use Cases

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Market Potential

The vast majority of assets in the world are private, and the market has been growing twice as fast as public markets, yet it remains mostly offline.
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T-RIZE Technology

Illustrate how T-RIZE participate in the tokenization process and the unified ecosystem. Roles and responsibilities of everyone.
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