Global non-liquid assets represent at least 520 trillion in value
1. Trade of non-liquid assets by nature is opaque, cumbersome, and overwhelmingly inefficient due to hefty intermediary fees and lengthy. As a consequence, it makes it genuinely challenging to deal with such assets. Therefore the name, non-liquid.
However, unlocking their value represents an unprecedented opportunity as well as a significant increase in productivity. One way to do so is securitization.
Thanks to the benefits of digital scarcity enabled by blockchain, we now can also leverage tokenization. The market for tokenized global non-liquid assets is expected to reach at least 16 trillion by 2030
2 . Unlocking this value will enable the reallocation of capital by rebalancing portfolios across alternative venues, therefore, enhancing diversification.
The cost of publicly listing
The illiquidity premium
Secondary market transaction costs
Lack of transparency in alternative assets
A narrow investor base
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