Tokenisation of assets refers to the process of issuing a blockchain token (Ledgerium XLG token) that digitally represents a real tradable asset (in this case invoices). Once digitised, the benefits include:
Greater liquidity: Tokenising invoices will give access to a broader base of traders, and therefore increases the liquidity, benefiting investors who consequently have more freedom and sellers because the tokens benefit from a "liquidity premium", thereby capturing greater value from the underlying asset.
Faster and cheaper transactions: Token transactions are completed with smart contracts which automates certain parts of the exchange process, therefore requiring fewer intermediaries needed, leading to faster deal execution and lower transaction costs.
More transparency: Token holders' rights and legal responsibilities can be embedded directly onto the token, along with an immutable record of ownership. This adds transparency to transactions, allowing you to know with whom you are dealing, what your and their rights are, and who has previously owned this token.
More accessible: Due to a reduced investment amounts and periods, tokenisation opens the asset to a broader base of traders. Tokens are highly divisible allowing investors to purchase very small percentages of the underlying asset. This becomes useful to investors looking to spread their risk profile across numerous tokenised invoice assets from the risky which has a higher return to the safe with marginal returns. Given Luca+'s insights into the parties involved in a transaction, we are able to gauge the right risk reward return for each invoice tokenised.