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Why tokenize real estate when you can tokenize entire companies

Common misconceptions and the latest updates of tokenizing assets

To tokenize or not to tokenize? Image credit: Matthew Henry

What is tokenization?

Steps to tokenize and its current challenges

1. What is the real legal representation of the token?

2. What is the logic of smart contracts and protocol?

3. How to legally store and transfer ownership of tokenized assets?

4. How to legally trade and convert tokens into real-world value?

An alternative way of tokenizing

Remember this one? Image courtesy: Matrix Films, Warner Bros.

Smart Companies = tokenized legal entities

So instead of tokenizing real estate, you’d tokenize the legal entity that owns the real estate.

The common misconception

This is what Smart Companies were designed to do.

So what can one do with a tokenized legal entity?




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