What’s the difference between digital securities, digital assets and crypto assets ?

June 10, 2022
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What’s the difference between digital securities, digital assets and crypto assets ?

Digital Securities: A form of fundraising involving the issuance of digital tokens to investors, which either are themselves or represent a security under the laws where they are issued.

Digital Assets: Are essentially digital, liquid contracts for fractions of any asset that already has value, like real estate or corporate stock. Using security tokens means investors can expect that their ownership stake is preserved on the blockchain ledger.

Crypto Assets: A typical example of a crypto asset is cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.

There is a specific solution for each client and for each token. Each issuer must think clearly about how the corresponding token economy is structured. In addition, there are countless instruments that can represent a token economy and any licences that form the legal basis. ASSETERA has all options, which allows issuer full flexibility and transparency vis-a-vis the token investors in order to have a successful placement of the token. ASSETERA and its partners will take care about the license, technology, token program, token generation, token sales and trading – trustworthy partner in a new area.

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