TrovioEXPAND

Be at the forefront of a new wave in commodities that will reshape how business is conducted through improved trading, custody and transactional infrastructure using blockchain technology, a phenomenon that has set an inevitable course for a future where participants demand direct ownership of assets that are auditable, secure and immediately tradeable

Access new marketplaces and ecosystems

TrovioEXPAND gives partners the ability to build and deploy tokenized assets to a vast number of new and emerging environments, greatly improving access to trading markets, capital solutions and next-gen products while also enabling immutable supply chain provenance.

Innovative financing solutions

With the ability to streamline traditional financing solutions, while improving transparency and security for all participants, TrovioEXPAND opens the door to new opportunities that drive efficiencies in financial operations of our partners.

Improved asset utility

With a wide range of new features inherent to next generation assets, come an ever expanding number of novel use cases for partner products. Explore ways to extract new value, or leverage your current assets with TrovioEXPAND.

How TrovioEXPAND works

The tokenized world

Global markets are at the precipice of change. As tokenization becomes increasingly relevant to all aspects of the global economy, those with an understanding of the trend and its implications are excitedly considering the range of new opportunities that will present themselves in a new frontier of digital commerce. Trovio is the conduit for partners ready to take the step towards an inevitable future, leveraging a deep understanding of the new tokenized economy and the transitional steps required to access its value.

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Frequently asked questions

A tokenized asset or token refers to an asset that has been issued on a digital ledger system known as a blockchain, and may or may not represent a physical underlying asset. Tokenized assets that represent an underlying physical asset retain all the properties of the asset or its title, but benefit from a vast number of additional features that come from access to global, liquid markets, direct, immutable ownership and encrypted security protocols.

The term, cryptocurrency, generally refers to any number of tokenized assets in circulation across many different blockchain platforms. Given their novel characteristics as an asset class, it’s easy to group all tokenized assets under the same banner, although the reality is that each asset carries its own unique set of benefits and risks. The issuer of a token can dictate the way the asset is traded, stored and can be utilized, meaning that in many cases an issuer of a tokenized asset can manage perceived risks even more effectively than if they were releasing an asset to traditional markets.

Yes, absolutely. The perception that tokenization is a realm reserved for only the most tech savvy participants is fast becoming obsolete, as broader markets awaken to the benefits of the tokenized economy. In the same way that the introduction of the internet revolutionized traditional businesses, tokenization will strengthen, enhance and evolve the way markets are accessed and served by the existing businesses of today.

Yes. The benefits of tokenization allow participants to create new assets, like carbon neutral silver. The smart contract would contain the title of both the correct amount of carbon credits to offset the emissions created by the mining and refining of the silver. With emerging supply chain provenance solutions, the token could also have a unique identifier to immutable track the provenance of that silver back to the mine, allowing for accurate carbon calculation and offsetting.

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