Tangible and intangible assets that can be tokenized
Today, one can read a lot about tokenization and its creative applications. Basically, you can tokenize anything nowadays ― starting from regular company stocks and not finishing with classic cars, rare whiskey, somebody’s home, a Nyan Cat GIF, or even a diamond. Depending on an asset type, it brings a number of benefits to the asset owner.
However, the tokenization process is different for tangible assets and non-tangible assets. What’s the difference between such processes? How is it done?
Our new article, “Tangible and intangible assets that can be tokenized,” will clarify what tangible and intangible assets are and highlight the benefits of tokenizing them.