Well, isn’t that the multi-trillion dollar question.
Let’s explore — shall we?
What makes the public markets operate the way they do? If you click “sell” in your Robinhood account, that sale is immediately processed and settled in a couple of days. I’d say that’s pretty efficient.
It comes down to two things: transparency and systems.
Public companies are required to disclose certain information, so everyone has access to the information they need to make an informed investment decision (in theory). When companies list their stock to be traded on an exchange, they comply with both the SEC’s rules and…
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We’ve seen a lot of hype these days about creating liquidity by tokenizing securities. The only thing that creates liquidity for an asset…
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