The digital securities protocol defines the architecture for the complete lifecycle management of a digital asset security. This is the architecture that underpins Securitize’s platform.
Jun 3, 2019
This fourth post completes our series around our Digital Securities Protocol (DS Protocol) interfaces release. We will keep posting more specifics around the DS Protocol and its applications, but in these initial texts, we wanted to provide an overview about the interfaces defining the different protocol elements, which we complete with the presentation of the Compliance Service.
The Trust and Registry Services
May 29, 2019
This is the third post in our series describing the details of Securitize’s Digital Securities Protocol (DS Protocol). After our initial introductory post, we introduced the basic interfaces for the Protocol in the second post.
The Basic Elements of Securitize's DS Protocol
May 20, 2019
We will now take a closer look at Securitize’s newly released Digital Securities Protocol (DS Protocol).
DS Protocol Interfaces Released
May 13, 2019
The role of Securitize’s DS Protocol is to provide the proper Digital Ownership Architecture to address all aspects of the Digital Security lifecycle, which facilitates dynamic and open participation of multiple actors. With the release of this interface we expect to facilitate such participation, so that DS Tokens will be easier to exchange, and enriched thanks to new DS Apps created everywhere.
DS Protocol Whitepaper
Jun 5, 2018
Securitize’s mission is to be the leading platform for enabling compliant Digital Securities issuance and liquidity on the blockchain. To achieve this, Securitize has built a technology platform that provides the tools to issuers to manage all the elements in the full Digital Security lifecycle, including the smart contracts that actually support the token information on the Ethereum blockchain.