Clarifying the path to tokenization
The 2Tokens project exists of 4 phases. We are currently in phase 3.
During the first phase of the 2Tokens project, the state of the industry will be assessed. Focus will be on matters such as opportunities, challenges, fears, regulations, finance, and tokenomics.
This is done by hosting 3 round table sessions where various topics regarding tokenisation are discussed and captured. Summaries of the round tables will be posted online.
In this phase, a series of design-thinking workshops will be organised. Together with stakeholders and companies that already use tokenisation in their business model, we will dive deeper into the current state of tokenomics.
The results from this phase will contribute to a better understanding of what needs to happen for tokenomics to work.
This phase focuses on capturing and processing all information from the previous phases. All conclusions from the round tables, workshops, and design studies, will be combined in a report.In addition, an interactive, online guide will be created for companies considering to benefit from the use of tokenisation.
Awareness & Inspiration
The last phase will create awareness about tokenisation through organising several workshops for stakeholders and interested parties.
Phase 1 - Round tables
Why, how, and what?
In the first phase, we organised 3 round tables around the 'Challenges & Opportunities of Tokenisation', 'Purpose Driven Tokenisation', and 'Token Finance'. During each round table, several sub themes were presented and the 'Why', 'How', and 'What' was discussed. Read the summaries of the findings below.
Challenges & Opportunities
Understanding why we need tokenisation and what we need to do to achieve tokenisation are the first steps. Eventually, we need to have the right infrastructure to move forward with tokenisation.
Purpose Driven Tokenisation
Standardisation of terminology, education of the wider community and collaboration with relevant stakeholders such as regulators and policymakers are important preconditions for developing successful tokenised ecosystems.
Tokens are changing the economy. Although it is still early days, we already can see the impact it will have on our society. Decentralised finance will open up the financial system to anyone around the world.
Phase 2 - Workshops
Working groups & webinars
During phase 2, we will host a series of interactive workshops in which we will dive deeper in three use-cases of tokenisation already present in the Netherlands. Read more about the use cases below.
eBL - electronic Bill-of-Lading
eBL is creating a sandbox environment in which the first legally binding, paperless transfer of ownership of a bill-of-lading can be conducted on a live shipment.
TWO - Creating a token
The 2Tokens TWO token is a lightweight utility token that serves as a single-purpose discount voucher.
NGC - Next Generation Capital
NGC aims to develop a new tokenized investment ecosystem for ventures.
Phase 3 - Masterclasses
Sharpen your knowledge with the latest insights
This series of masterclasses is hosted by world-class professionals with the aim to demystify tokenisation and provide a deep understanding of distributed apps, token economics and regulatory consequences. We look at the challenges and opportunities of tokenisation from a business angle, what the technology entails, and how it works. We will dive into the token taxonomy frameworks and the use-cases, and learn what the impact will be on everyday business.
There are many ways in which tokens can be use to create novel funding schemes, but what applications take most advantage of token finance, and which make sense? This masterclass will explain how tokens can serve as funding mechanism, and helps demystifying token finance.
Tokens will disrupt global economics and radically change how commerce will be transacted. This deepdive helps to create a clear definition and scope of the token concept, including use cases, taxonomy and terminology, and a specification neutral to underlying technology.
The regulation of the token economy is one of the most conflictive issues within token ecosystems. A global view of regulation (e.g. AML, KYC, utility vs. security), how different countries approach the issue and in what ways investors are protected against bad practices, will be given.
On the 8th of October, we hosted the 2Tokens Summit. During this day, we organized two deep dive sessions named 'Token Roadmap' and 'Tokenization in Europe's Financial Markets' in the afternoon. During the evening, the main event took place. Here, we elaborated on our findings & recommendations of the past 1.5 years, discussed the future of 2Tokens, and touched upon several current issues that can be solved with tokenization. These session will be online soon.
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