Benefits and Challenges of Tokenisation of Real-World Assets

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Presently, a great segment of global wealth is locked in illiquid assets. However, the emergence of asset tokenisation could fundamentally change the way investors unlock access to illiquid assets, potentially allowing millions of people around the world to invest in assets previously unavailable to them. A recent report by Boston Consulting Group conservatively estimates that the total size of tokenised illiquid assets could reach $16 trillion by 2030, with a potential best-case scenario of asset tokenisation reaching up to $68 trillion. Tokenisation Overview Asset tokenisation is the process of converting physical or digital assets into digital tokens on a distributed…...

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Kelroy James Kelroy James is a Supply Chain, Logistics & Operations Management professional with extensive expertise in successfully delivering organisational change, building quality working relationships with key customers and adept at working effectively to achieve goals both as a cross-functional team member and individual contributor. He is a Percy Hobart Innovation Fellow in the Royal Navy, DeFi Talent with Frankfurt School Blockchain Center, graduate of Aston University with a BSc (Hons) in Logistics and Operations Management, and recently completed a Micro Masters In Predictive Analytics using Python with the University of Edinburgh. With a keen interest in driving organisational improvements, he creates value for stakeholders by designing and implementing processes that integrate strategy, technology, and people.