The Bank of Russia has given the status of an information system operator for managing digital financial assets to the Russian tokenization platform Atomyze. This is reported by representatives of the company.
With this permission, the company maybe issue into circulation, exchange for Russian rubles, as well as store CFA, maintain a register of holders and support electronic wallets and service channels for CFA holders.
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At the moment, the Atomyze blockchain ecosystem is working in the field of tokenization of physical assets in Russia, the USA and Switzerland. Thanks to these tokens, users can invest in precious metals, and legal entities can manage large volumes of metals based on market dynamics.
“Digitalization opens up new opportunities for businesses to enter global markets, increases the competitiveness of the entire Russian economy and allows more people to be involved in economic processes,” says Vladimir Potanin, President of Interros.
For reference. The Atomyze tokenization ecosystem of trading platforms was created in 2019 with the support of an international group of investors, including GPF and Vladimir Potanin’s Interros. Among the developers is the Russian company Newity, which took as a basis the Hyperledger Fabriс solution, in the development of which IBM participated. The legal support of the project is provided by Findustrial Consulting Group.
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