How deep is your (technical) love? (Tokenisation Part 4)

In part 1 (here) of this series of posts on tokenisation, I looked at the possibilities opened up by tokenisation of assets using cryptocurrencies and in part 3 (here) I looked at some specific implementations of asset tokenisation and reviewed the benefits (or lack thereof) of creating a platform for asset tokenisation. In this post I intend to look at other specific aspects of implementation, considering the risk impact of how the technical the asset tokenisation process is, given the state of the technology.

Generally speaking the issue at large is how much of the process of raising ICO funds you want to carry-out on-chain, i.e on the blockchain and how much do you want to do off-chain?


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