An outcome of the adoption of cryptocurrencies and other digital assets is an asset owner’s ability to exercise self-custody as a matter of personal preference. The capacity for retail investors to exercise self-custody is limited with traditional securities except for select unregistered instruments such as bearer bonds.
Goals and Objectives
Improve customer engagement by enabling investors to exercise self-custody as a matter of personal preference by tokenizing traditionally registered securities.
Blockchain, cloud, and identity management
Use Case Summary
Distributed ledger technology has enabled retail and institutional investors to exercise self-custody, disintermediating the custodial function. Noncustodial wallets are expected to be an important element of the emerging digital asset ecosystem.