Starting from a high-level overview of digital assets, all the way through technological and legal implications of building a digital asset product.


    In recent years banks have been scrambling to strengthen their security systems and safety procedures following a number of high-profile data breaches. Cyber attacks, technical glitches, and human error have hit the industry hard, exposing the financial data of thousands of customers. Faced with these challenges, some lenders have in recent years been trying to unlock blockchain’s potential to improve their security systems.

    Blockchain can bolster bank security in a number of ways. Firstly, the technology can be used to develop robust know-your-customer (KYC) solutions, as the cryptographic protection it offers guarantees that the identities of all members of a blockchain network are verified. In addition, the information can be easily shared among all members of the network, while also reducing the need for intermediaries to handle data distribution.


    • What are digital assets?

    Business use cases

    • Equities and investment funds
    • Real estate
    • Art
    • Luxury goods
    • Sports and entertainment

    The tokenized assets market

    • Tokenization highlights over the last couple of years

    Launching a digital asset product

    • Understanding the technology
    • Third-party integrations
    • Legal implications
    • Off-the-shelf tokenization products vs. custom tokenization platforms
    • Choosing the right partner