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This white paper is a compact overview of real estate use cases for security tokens and how using the DigiShares platform in particular can save you money.

DigiShares Appearances on Clubhouse and International Academy of Wealth

A quick look at the different exchanges operating late Q1 2021

This blog will describe in detail how and why you should tokenize real assets and the DigiShares approach for this.

In this interview, DigiShares CEO Claus Skaaning discusses the coming together of traditional finance and blockchain, how security tokens open up assets to a broader pool of investors, and why large physical assets like real estate are a prime target for tokenization.

DigiShares provides a white-label tokenization platform for real estate. In this article we will explain blockchain and tokenization and how the use of these technologies can provide real value for the real estate industry.

What is tokenization and why is it relevant for the real estate industry

An intriguing look at at all the other possible assets to tokenize and open up to a completely new investor base

An interview with Claus Skaaning, Co-founder and CEO of DigiShares

This document will describe in detail how and why you should tokenize real estate, using the DigiShares platform.

Now that we are nearing Christmas, the natural question arises – how can tokenization help Santa deliver his gifts. And who better to explore this topic than Santa's namesake, the CEO of DigiShares.

The STO market is undergoing rapid worldwide development. For certain STOs, the EU is making it easier to engage a broader group of investors than the US

A Critique by Claus Skaaning

Value Proposition of Blockchain-Based Fundraising

From the leading Danish business newspaper, Børsen 9th January 2019

Learn everything you need to know about KYC, AML and Accreditation

Exchanges, Infrastructure, Issuances, Custodians and STOs

A security token is a digital token on the blockchain that represents a security as defined by the regulation of your jurisdiction. A security token can represent various kinds of securities, including stocks, bonds, dividend-paying assets, or investment contracts with security-like properties, i.e., regular payment of dividends, revenue sharing, profit sharing, etc.