Marc P. Bernegger, Vorstandsmitglied der Crypto Finance Gruppe, trug als Fachexperte zum Report ‚Digital assets, distributed ledger technology, and the future of capital markets‘ des Weltwirtschaftsforums bei. CoinDesk berichtet.
World Economic Forum – Blockchain could disrupt $867T in traditional markets
All assets will eventually be tokenized, from stocks to bonds to commodities. At least that’s the perspective of many crypto-industry executives who predict that most, if not all, of modern finance will eventually run on digital rails. Just put it on the blockchain, as it were.
Such thinking lurks behind a new report from the World Economic Forum, the organization whose annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, has been, at least prior to the coronavirus pandemic, a venue of choice for the global financial and regulatory establishment. (Board members include European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, Carlyle Group co-Executive Chairman David Rubenstein and the Indian billionaire businessman Mukesh Ambani.)
“Many anticipate a future blurring of the lines between traditional publicly listed equities and tokenized private company shares,” according to the report, published Thursday.