More and more projects are adopting the concept of "tokenized rails." This trend is not coincidental, as many prominent figures in the crypto industry highly appreciate tokenization. Project XRP, which holds a top position on CoinMarketCap, is no exception.

Anthony Woolfar, a consultant for Ripple on Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC), has revealed that the company is exploring the possibility of tokenizing real estate. In his Twitter post, he emphasized the growing global interest in this approach and mentioned the team's focus on developing real use cases for CBDCs and stablecoins.

Ripple aims to utilize blockchain and digital currencies to overcome existing obstacles and unlock new opportunities in the real estate sector.

One of the key use cases presented by Woolfar at a recent fintech conference in Romania is the combination of a digital Hong Kong Dollar (e-HKD), tokenized real estate, and a financial lending protocol. This innovative pilot program will allow tokenizing real estate as collateral for loans using Ripple's CBDC platform.

Foreign media report that tokenization is attracting the attention of investors in various sectors. This innovative approach involves transforming tangible assets such as real estate, artworks, and intellectual property into digital tokens securely stored on the blockchain.

These tokens represent digital embodiments of ownership rights or shares in underlying assets, enabling them to be bought, sold, and traded on decentralized platforms. The growing interest in tokenization is linked to its potential to revolutionize traditional models of asset ownership and investment.

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July 21