Why Digital Securities?

Digital securities eliminate many of the frictions that have long plagued the transfer of private and non-listed alternative assets, offering greater opportunity, efficiency and liquidity to investors and issuers.

A Guide to Digital Securities

Securities exist across several different asset classes, the most popular being publicly registered equity and fixed income securities. Private securities, like those listed on Openfinance, fall into a category known as alternative assets and include:
real-estate
Real Estate
Venture Capital
Venture Capital
Private Equity
Private equity
Real Assets
Real Assets
Hedge Funds
Hedge Funds

Investments in the $8.8 trillion alternative asset industry have traditionally been difficult to buy and sell at fair prices because of:

liquidity-chart
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What Are Digital Securities?
Digital securities are a digital representation of a security like an alternative asset – the same assets individuals and institutions have invested in for generations. The digital format removes many of the barriers of traditional investing, eliminating redundant paper-based processes and enforcing all relevant regulations automatically.

Any type of alternative assets can be digitized:

  • Real estate
  • Venture capital
  • Private equity
  • Real assets
  • Hedge funds
 

Digital Securities are NOT:

  • A cryptocurrency
  • A non-compliant offering seeking to avoid regulation
  • A new asset class

Any type of alternative assets can be digitized:

  • Real estate
  • Venture captial
  • Private equity
  • Real assets
  • Hedge funds

Digital Securities are NOT:

  • A cryptocurrency
  • A non-compliant offering seeking to avoid regulation
  • A new asset class