· commercial banks’ loan portfolios
· bank liabilities (bills, bonds, and deposits)
· P2P, P2B, B2B lending platforms
· property lease agreements
· enterprise accounts payable
· receivables from large corporations
· Regulatory bank lombard credit portfolios
It should be noted that this is not a closed list and it will be supplemented. For example, it can already include reinsurance transactions where the reinsurer is not another insurance company but the investors who bought token packages on the platform.
The astute reader has probably already guessed that tokens of a different nature can be included in the same package (e.g. from bank loans, factoring and reinsurance) and as a result, the risk of default on the package will only be lower for the investor (because the more different tokens in the package, the safer the package)!
That’s exactly right. That is the ultimate goal of the Quicktoken platform, which should fundamentally change the existing financial market. So, versatility is the first fundamental basis for the development of a new tool.
We will continue to introduce you to the features of the platform.
In the next announcement, we will explain how financial regulators (central banks, the Fed, etc.) approach the Quicktoken platform and how the platform can reduce investors’ risks on a global level.
See you later!