Universal Tokenization: The Road to a Limitless Blockchain

Public Aggregation ChannelDecember 07, 2021
Many new crypto start-ups who collect money in exchange for the distribution of their token seem to think this does not classify as a “security”, according to Douglas Borthwick, chief marketing officer and head of business development at INX Limited. The SEC disagrees. Borthwik is working to create vital infrastructure for the “tokenization of everything” world of tomorrow. He and the team at INX are working to get ahead of the curb in regards to regulation. Their vision for which sorts of assets could exist on blockchain in the future expands beyond financial assets. Perhaps we could see passports, social security, and driver’s licenses all represented as NFTs unique to the individual. The “tokenization of everything” revolution could be larger than we think. Interviewed by Ash Bennington on December 2, 2021.
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