Tokenize your asset with Securitize Transfer
Digital Asset Securities - or security tokens - are digital representations of traditional financial products such as equity and debt, of which the ownership rights are registered on a blockchain.
100% digital experience
All operations, such as issuance, subscription and redemption, are managed digitally, without the need for any paperwork.
Instant settlement, no counterparty risk
Trades are settled immediately and are executed by smart contracts, removing transactional risks.
Regulatory requirements, such as jurisdictional restrictions, are automatically enforced via smart contracts.
Real-time cap-table management
Gain real-time access to your cap-table and its activity, providing you with valuable insights on shareholder activity.
Pathway to liquidity
Tokens can be transferred 24/7 and can easily be integrated with secondary markets.
By registering ownership rights on the blockchain, shareholders can truly - and at any given time - proof ownership.
What assets can be tokenized?
Many asset classes can be tokenized, such as equity of startups and private companies, investment funds and real estate.
Equity tokens represents an ownership stake in the issuing business, with or without voting rights.
Debt tokens represent a loan at an interest rate, such as mortgages or corporate bonds.
Tokens can represent fractional ownership in an asset such as real estate, art or commodities.
Securitize’s all-in-one solution
for tokenization, raising capital and secondary trading
Onboard Investors<br>Compliantly onboard investors with Securitize iD’s 5-step KYC / AML verification process.
Raise Capital<br>Fund and drive growth from your community and gain extra exposure on Securitize Markets.
Manage your equity<br>Manage your cap table and navigate through the lifecycle of your security.
Unlock liquidity<br>Activate secondary trading on Securitize Markets and provide shareholders with potential liquidity.
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