Security tokens are gaining steam and have been shown to provide significant benefits over traditional financial processes, but security token adoption still has a long way to go before the technology becomes the norm. In this e-book, experts in the space weigh in on what needs to happen for security token adoption to increase.
Jonathan Galea, CEO of BCAS, gives his take on two ways the industry’s focus on finer details has been preventing mainstream implementation of blockchain technology
Claus Skaaning, CEO of DigiShares, discusses the importance of regulation and how recent changes in the regulatory landscape have led to increasing interest from banks
Mike Kessler, CEO and Founder of Tokenise, talks about why financial intermediaries play an integral role and the ways CSD’s can benefit from blockchain
Ultan Miller, Managing Partner of Saxon Advisors, gives his views on why we need to see new funds created with the possibilities for tokenization and blockchain in mind
James Byrne, CTO of Digivault, discusses why institutional adoption of security tokens will require the creation of a new blockchain characterised by its customisation for securities
Martin Kreitmair, Managing Director of Tangany, gives his take on the importance of making digital assets as easy for investors as traditional assets and what’s needed to get there
Adam Dossa, Polymath’s own Chief Technology Officer, comments on why purpose-built infrastructure is necessary and the fastest way to bring the benefits of tokenization to markets
The security token market is gaining steam and institutions are becoming increasingly interested, but there’s still a ways to go before institutional adoption. Get industry experts’ views on what needs to happen for security tokens to be embraced more broadly in this e-book.
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