Clearly, tokenization =/= securitization
How does tokenization work, anyway?
Albert Ho

The author is funny. Tokenization isn’t securitization because:

  1. It’s cheaper
  2. It’s more transparent.

Which means it is securitization. Just arguably cheaper and more transparent.

And generally not regulated, which is the real benefit. Along with being magical and exciting only because it’s crypto.

Wanna bet what happens when it’s regulated and magical tokenization needs to stand on its own merits?