Masterclass by DigiShares in San Jose, CA: Sign Up first and go to Blockchain Expo North America for free!
The Blockchain Expo North America in Santa Clara is the main event for the whole blockchain community. Digishares, one of the proud sponsors for this event, invite you to attend our live masterclass on May 10th in San Jose. The masterclass will be dedicated to tokenization of real estate assets.
We are happy to announce that we will give free tickets to the Blockchain Expo to the first 5 signups for our masterclass. Register now and get your free tickets!
April 20: Real Estate Tokenization and Global Regulations Part 2
Global Regulations change all the time and are extremely critical in relation to tokenization. Some countries fully support tokenization (like the US), whereas others are in a grey zone and unregulated, and finally there are countries where tokenization is outright impossible for various reasons. DigiShares’ next webinar is focused on regulations and we will again present the perspective from 5 countries where we see significant demand: India, France, South Africa, Australia and Denmark. You can now take a sneak peak at our upcoming program and speaker line-up here.
To make the webinar more fitting and accessible for India and Australia based viewers, we have modified the time of this webinar to start at 09.00 am CET | 12.30 pm IST | 17.00 AEST.
Standard DAO – AMA – Tokenizing Assets with Claus Skaaning of DigiShares
Claus Skaaning has been working in the technology sector for close to 25 years. Claus was the CEO of Dezide, a software provider for diagnostics and troubleshooting based on AI. He was also the founder of Sales on Tap and CS Consult where he was a mentor and advisor for new IT and research based companies.
Currently as the CEO of Digishares, his focus is on issuance, management and trading of security tokens / tokenized securities.
Hybrid Event by CMS: Liquidity and Blockchain, from Myth to Reality
Whatever the nature of the tokens (security, utility, NFT or others), they all rely on the promise of easier transferability thanks to the blockchain, the technology behind tokens.
Beyond the various protocols, smart contracts which detail the characteristics of the token and are embedded within the technology, are also important to understand when trading tokens.
In support of liquidity, inoperability of the various protocols is important and in the case that this inoperability does not exist, how can the tokens/smart contracts be negotiated? What types of trading venues exist to support the various scenerios and how are they set up to ensure trading can exist?
What venues need to be regulated and which do not?
The purpose of this conference is to review the various means to organise the liquidity of tokens, whether through platforms, exchanges or bulletin boards, and the challenges, but also the opportunities, offered by the current and future regulations on blockchain.
Webinar Recording Real Estate Tokenization, Liquidity and Secondary Markets