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Disrupt Network: Enough of the Theory: Tokenization in Practice
June 2 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am UTC+0Free
About this Event
Enough of the Theory: Tokenization in Practice
Based on unique experiences with a traditional german bank, the two Fintech startups Cashlink & Finoa will share in detail how to tokenize any asset step by step along the value chain of digital securities. Taking Bankhaus Scheich’s real use case as an example, they will show how to issue a tracker certificate with any underlying as a digital security.
Guest Speaker Boris Ziganke, member of the board of Bankhaus Scheich, will provide unique and valuable insights into their DLT-Strategy as a BaFin regulated institution.
- What opportunities can the various stakeholders in the area of pre- and post-issuance benefit from?
- How do structuring, issuance, custody, trading and settlement fit together?
- How can trading and market making be a game changer for digital securities?
9:00h – 9:05h: Introduction by Disrupt Network
9:05h – 9:25h: Michael Duttlinger (Cashlink), Henrik Gebbing (Finoa), Boris Ziganke (Bankhaus Scheich)
9:25h – 9:45h: Discussion and Q&A
DATE & TIME
Date: Tuesday, June 02, 2020
Mode: online talk via Zoom; Zoom dial-in URL will be sent previous to the online talk
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This talk will be held in English.
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