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Tokenization and inversion of the roles of market agents

Tokenização e inversão dos papéis dos agentes de mercado

Tokenization and inversion of the roles of market agents

Asset tokenization is promising in Brazil. The model advances with initiatives and opportunities in various segments, such as real estate, fixed income, consortiums and soon securities. Very recently, the process reached the regulated market, under the coordination of the Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM) and with the participation of large financial institutions.

With the regulation of tokenization and the entry of official institutions into the market dynamics, transactions are growing, as well as the security of the sector. This process of evolution also increases accessibility to the segment, enabling more people to learn about the advantages and capabilities of blockchain technology.

But when we talk about a new technology, “the old” can be quickly swallowed up if it does not adapt to the changes of the new times. Just like it was with the beginning of the internet and, today, precisely with blockchain, which makes the world go around faster. In other words, innovative products and processes modify old infrastructures and open space for the consolidation of a new culture.

Reconfiguring roles

The tokenization movement is already beginning to show the power of this technology, capable of reconfiguring the roles of market agents. Securitization companies, for example, will be impacted in the way they carry out their day-to-day operations. This must occur for two main reasons:

1 – Ease and efficiency in transactions: tokenization promotes even more efficient and dynamic operational flows, which makes this applicability essential for process transition.

2 – Disruptive mission: for the credit borrower, technology offers a world full of new possibilities. After all, over time, money will be 100% interoperable, that is, without geographic barriers and with new access.

Operations still have lower costs for those who tokenize and invest, making this modality even more accessible. Furthermore, it involves advantages such as automation and decentralization of processes, ensuring greater liquidity between ends.

It is also worth remembering that almost anything can be transformed into a digital asset, such as works of art, rights in general, credit titles, company shares, court orders and credit card receivables, and so on.

The impact of tokenization on the entire financial market can no longer be denied. The opportunities for both companies and investors are vast and there will be room for each business to boost results within their respective segments, seeking new sources that were previously inconceivable and contributing to technological development in the sector.


Source: Conteúdo imob

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