Discover how the first brokerage, exchange, and CSD for digital assets is using Polymesh in an interview with Tokenise Co-Founder and CEO Mike Kessler and Director, Head of Markets Simon Kiero-Watson.
Tokenise is the world’s first fully regulated brokerage, exchange, and central securities depository designed for digital assets–and they’ve selected Polymesh as their blockchain of choice!
But what does it mean to be the first brokerage, exchange, and CSD for digital assets? And why did Tokenise transition from creating assets on Ethereum with ERC-1400 to building settlement and exchange infrastructure based specifically on Polymesh?
Find out in our interview with Tokenise’s Co-Founder and CEO Mike Kessler and Director, Head of Markets Simon Kiero-Watson.
Plus hear from them and Graeme Moore (Head of Tokenization at the Polymesh Association) on a range of topics related to security tokens, including:
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Tokenise has been established to create a full end-to-end service, from issuance of tokenised securities, trading and brokerage services to settlement and depository. Tokenise Stock Exchange is a fully regulated entity established in Barbados and authorised by the FSC to launch its digital asset stock exchange. This will democratise the securities industry by tokenising assets that have previously been inaccessible, illiquid or unavailable to a global community of investors and issuers. It will set the global standard for security token issuances, and operate the world’s first dedicated, multi-jurisdictional global single order book. Their broker at Tokenise.io is now taking registration on the platform in readiness for their full launch.
Polymesh is an institutional-grade permissioned blockchain built specifically for regulated assets. It streamlines antiquated processes and opens the door to new financial instruments by solving regulatory challenges with public infrastructure around governance, identity, compliance, confidentiality, and settlement.
To learn more, visit polymesh.network