In the first article in our series on “Disrupting Financial Markets”, we discussed the advantages of digital securities and how they benefit the issuer. Some of those advantages build a case for why issuers should consider a digital offering, but in a vacuum it’s hard to gain real traction without the market infrastructure adapting at the same time. What you end up with are digital representations of securities that promise benefits like global 24/7 trading, but are actually in effect just private equity holdings which are almost as illiquid as previous instruments.

This is where we are today.

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Archax Disrupting Financial Markets 2 - Market Infrastructure

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