Tokenization of Securities
Published on May 04, 2023
Author : Greg Hauw, Founder & CEO, Ohanae, Inc

The Tokenization of Securities:
The Next Generation for Markets and Securities

"The Tokenization of Securities: The Next Generation for Markets and Securities" refers to the process of digitizing and converting traditional securities, such as stocks, bonds, and other financial instruments, into digital tokens that can be traded and exchanged on a blockchain platform. This technology has the potential to revolutionize the way we invest in and trade financial assets.

Tokenization of securities enables investors to purchase fractional ownership of assets that would otherwise be unaffordable or inaccessible to them. For example, an individual can own a small percentage of a real estate property by purchasing real estate tokens. Tokenization can also make securities trading faster and more efficient, as tokenized securities can be traded on blockchain platforms with near-instant settlement times and low transaction fees.

In addition, tokenization can enable new forms of liquidity, fractional ownership, and programmability. This could transform the way securities are issued and traded, allowing for the creation of new investment vehicles that were not possible before. Tokenization also offers greater programmability, allowing for the creation of smart contracts that automatically execute trades based on pre-defined conditions.

While there are challenges and risks associated with securities tokenization, such as regulatory compliance, security, and liquidity concerns, the potential benefits are significant. The tokenization of securities could be the next generation for markets and securities, offering greater accessibility, efficiency, and flexibility in securities trading and investment.


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Ohanae Securities LLC is a subsidiary of Ohanae, Inc. and member of FINRA/SIPC. Additional information about Ohanae Securities LLC can be found on BrokerCheck. Ohanae Securities LLC is in discussions with FINRA about exploring the expansion of business lines for the broker/dealer.  Any statements regarding abilities of Ohanae Securities LLC are subject to FINRA approval and there are no guarantees FINRA will approve the broker/dealer’s expansion.

Ohanae Securities is seeking approval to be a special purpose broker-dealer that is performing the full set of broker-dealer functions with respect to digital asset securities – including maintaining custody of these assets – in a manner that addresses the unique attributes of digital asset securities and minimizes risk to investors and other market participants. Ohanae Securities will limit its business to digital asset securities to isolate risk and having policies and procedures to, among other things, assess a given digital asset security’s distributed ledger technology and protect the private keys necessary to transfer the digital asset security.