What the Heck Are Tokenised Securities? – Michael Kogan – Medium
One could certainly accomplish the same thing with centralized databases, but in this case, nobody has to maintain the information once its encoded, and it is as secure as the underlying protocol. Something like it may or may not be useful, but the key is tokenization in this example refers not to repackaging of the same old sh.. stuff that’s currently working fine, but to creation of something new, enabled by decentralized protocols.
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may 2018
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