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Daria is a fintech expert with 10+ years of experience in managing digital products and teams. She is specialized in platform economy and ecosystems in both B2B and B2C markets. As a keynote speaker, she promotes value driven tech management on conferences in Switzerland and abroad. 

A “financed longevity” program, which helps to support health and engagement in advanced age from financial perspective. The program aims to research the main cost drivers and explore financing opportunities to back those costs while taking into account individual situations. 

The working group develops best practices in female finance & health management and shares them on regular basis within community.

Karen Wendt

Daria Mühlethaler

Anina Hille

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Ira Sobel

Digital Assets und Tokenization Working Group

Tokenization of assets indeed presents significant opportunities, but it also comes with challenges related to fungibility, transferability, and liquidity:
Fungibility: Fungibility refers to the interchangeability of tokens. Ensuring fungibility is essential for tokens to be widely accepted and traded without concern for individual token history. However, certain assets may not be inherently fungible, such as unique real estate properties or artwork. In such cases, establishing standards and protocols for tokenization that preserve fungibility is crucial.
Transferability: Transferability concerns the ease with which tokens can be transferred between parties. Issues may arise if token transfer requires complex processes or encounters regulatory barriers. Establishing streamlined transfer mechanisms, interoperability standards between different token platforms, and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements are essential for facilitating smooth transferability.
Liquidity: Liquidity refers to the ease with which tokens can be bought or sold in the market without significantly affecting their price. Illiquid markets can deter investors and hinder the growth of tokenized assets. Creating a liquid market requires attracting sufficient trading volume, market depth, and investor confidence. This often involves establishing robust trading infrastructure, market-making services, and regulatory frameworks that promote transparency and investor protection.
Creating a framework for a liquid exchange involves several key considerations:
Regulatory Compliance: Compliance with regulatory requirements is paramount for establishing a liquid exchange. Regulatory clarity regarding the trading of tokenized assets is essential to build investor confidence and ensure market integrity.
Market Infrastructure: Developing robust market infrastructure, including trading platforms, custody solutions, and settlement systems, is crucial for facilitating efficient trading and ensuring market liquidity.
Market Integrity: Implementing measures to prevent market manipulation, such as surveillance mechanisms and regulatory oversight, is essential for maintaining market integrity and investor trust.
Interoperability: Promoting interoperability between different token standards and blockchain networks enhances liquidity by allowing tokens to be easily transferred and traded across multiple platforms.
Education and Awareness: Educating market participants about tokenized assets, their benefits, and associated risks is essential for fostering liquidity and attracting investor interest.
Overall, addressing issues related to fungibility, transferability, and liquidity requires a collaborative effort involving industry stakeholders, regulators, and technology providers to create a robust framework for the tokenization of assets and the development of liquid exchanges.
This is what we are at.
Join our group now! Write to karen@swissfintechladies.com
Karen Wendt