As we progress along Securitize’s journey to tokenizing the world, we routinely face new challenges from our customer’s specific needs. Resolving these real-world challenges has the benefit of rapidly improving and evolving the Securitize platform in the most efficient and accurate way possible. As we add new capabilities to address our customer’s requirements, not only do we service our existing customers with leading edge solutions, but we are also creating new platform features that will benefit our future customers.
This, of course, is also the case for the latest release of Securitize DS Issuance Platform (version is 1.6, for those of you keeping count 😉). The new release — live today for our latest issuers — includes the usual technical improvements to make it even more stable and scalable, but also comes with some powerful new features. These new features enable new security token asset classes, and business models for Digital Securities (DS) issuers:
All the new features are integrated into the existing capabilities of Securitize DS Issuance Platform, which enables those that want to tokenize some asset to:
And of course, the tokens are issued following Securitize’s DS Protocol, so that our customers can manage the token’s lifecycle beyond the primary issuance, and investors can benefit from the wider Digital Securities ecosystem, accessing the liquidity provided by secondary trading partners and getting additional value from their tokens via DS Apps.
Securitize is the end-to-end technology platform for tokenizing any asset. Our DS Issuance Platform and DS Protocol are creating an ecosystem for Digital Securities, with dynamic and open participation of multiple actors (issuers, investors, exchanges), realizing the promise of liquidity, new ownership models and value that comes with Blockchain technology.
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Thanks to Carlos Domingo.
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