Welcome to the future of finance! As we find ourselves in the midst of 2023, the excitement around Web3, DeFi and its potential to disrupt the financial landscape is palpable. With the release of several influential reports, including those from Bain & Company, Binance, a joint report by the Oliver Wyman Forum, DBS, Onyx by J.P. Morgan, and SBI Digital Asset Holdings, Fireblocks, Citi and State Street, and more, it has become increasingly clear that tokenization is emerging as the next big thing for private equity and financial institutions. These reports shed light on how the tokenization of real-world assets into security tokens is expected to drive unprecedented growth and transformation in the financial sector.
Even JP Morgan thinks tokenization is a "killer app" for traditional finance, as their head of the Onyx digital-assets platform, Tyrone Lobban, stated in an interview with CoinDesk. InvestaX, a tokenization SaaS platform, is also focused on tokenization and believes in its potential to revolutionize the financial industry.
In this blog, we will explore the top DeFi reports summary released in 2023, unpacking their key findings and insights, and diving into the exciting world of tokenization and its game-changing potential for the future of finance. So, let's dive in and discover what the experts are saying about this groundbreaking technology!
- Global Private Equity Report: Web3 Remains Highly Relevant for Private Equity by Bain & Company
The report explores the emergence of Web3, a decentralized internet that enables peer-to-peer interactions without the need for intermediaries, such as social media platforms or financial institutions. According to the report, Web3 has the potential to be a transformative technology that will impact the private equity industry in several ways.
Thousands of companies have received around $94 billion in start-up capital from various investors such as venture funds, hedge funds, and private equity to support the emerging Web3 ecosystem. This has led major companies across industries, including JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Google, and Disney, to contemplate the potential impact of Web3 on their businesses. They are exploring how this technology can improve transaction management and enhance customer engagement.
One of the key benefits of Web3 highlighted in the report is increased transparency. Web3 networks are designed to be more transparent than traditional centralized systems, which could help to reduce fraud and corruption. In addition, Web3 could enable greater control over personal data, which has become a growing concern for individuals and companies alike.
The report also highlights the potential for Web3 to improve security. Web3 networks use cryptography to secure transactions and data, which could make them more resistant to cyberattacks. This could be particularly beneficial for industries that rely on sensitive data, such as healthcare and financial services.
Despite these potential benefits, the report also acknowledges that Web3 presents some challenges. For example, there is regulatory uncertainty around how Web3 networks will be governed and monitored. In addition, Web3 networks require significant investment in infrastructure, which could be a barrier for some private equity firms.
Overall, the report concludes that Web3 represents a significant opportunity for private equity firms, but they will need to embrace change and innovation to fully realize its potential. This could include investing in Web3-based companies, exploring new investment opportunities in the DeFi space, and leveraging Web3 to drive operational efficiencies within their own organizations. By doing so, private equity firms can position themselves to benefit from the transformational potential of Web3.
The report provides several recommendations for private equity firms to embrace change and innovation to fully realize the potential of Web3. Here are some of the key recommendations:
Invest in Web3-based companies: Private equity firms can capitalize on the growth of Web3 by investing in companies that are developing Web3-based applications and infrastructure. This could include blockchain-based platforms, decentralized marketplaces, and other Web3-based technologies.
Explore new investment opportunities in DeFi: DeFi is a rapidly growing sector within the Web3 ecosystem. Private equity firms can explore new investment opportunities in DeFi protocols, such as lending and borrowing platforms, decentralized exchanges, and yield farming strategies.
Leverage Web3 to drive operational efficiencies: Private equity firms can use Web3 technologies to improve operational efficiencies within their own organizations. For example, they can use blockchain-based systems to automate back-office functions, reduce transaction costs, and increase transparency.
Collaborate with other firms: Private equity firms can collaborate with other firms to share knowledge and expertise on Web3 technologies. This could include forming industry consortia, participating in Web3-related events and conferences, and sharing best practices.
Embrace innovation and change: Private equity firms need to embrace innovation and change to fully realize the potential of Web3. This may require a shift in mindset and a willingness to experiment with new technologies and business models.
Fund tokenization has grown to be a major priority for large companies trying to accelerate development in assets under management (AUM). Half of the investable wealth in the world is owned by individuals, as we explore in other sections of this research. Yet only 16% of the AUM held by alternative funds comes from these investors. One strategy to access this sizable market is tokenization. Several private equity firms have launched pilot programs to explore the benefits of tokenized business models, which offer increased liquidity, efficiency, and distribution.
Tokenization will most benefit private capital markets that are easy to authenticate but relatively inaccessible to many investors
Overall, the report suggests that private equity firms need to be proactive in their approach to Web3 and take a strategic view of how this new technology can transform their businesses. By embracing change and innovation, private equity firms can position themselves to benefit from the potential of Web3.
Companies like FIS, Broadridge, and iCapital are developing blockchain-based administration solutions for middle-market funds. This means that funds do not necessarily need to develop their own Web3 solutions, but instead, they can work with innovative fund administrators and technology providers like InvestaX who can develop the tools and solutions for them. This approach is likely to require investment, but not as much as one might expect.
Full report is available here.
2. Real World Assets: The Bridge Between TradFi and DeFi by Binance
The Binance Research team has released a comprehensive report titled "Real World Assets: The Bridge Between TradFi and DeFi". The report provides an overview of the current status and adoption of cryptocurrencies in the traditional financial sector, including real-world assets such as real estate, commodities, and securities.
The report highlights the increasing adoption of cryptocurrencies as a means of payment and investment in the real-world asset market. It explains how cryptocurrencies are being used to tokenize assets, thereby increasing their liquidity, accessibility, and efficiency. Tokenization enables fractional ownership of assets, which reduces the minimum investment threshold and opens up investment opportunities to a wider pool of investors.
The report also examines the challenges facing the adoption of cryptocurrencies in the real-world asset market, such as regulatory uncertainty, lack of infrastructure, and insufficient awareness and education. It argues that these challenges can be overcome through collaboration between traditional financial institutions and crypto firms, the development of robust regulatory frameworks, and the creation of user-friendly platforms and interfaces.
The report provides a comprehensive overview of the different types of real-world assets that are being tokenized using cryptocurrencies. It covers assets such as real estate, commodities, and securities, and explains how they can be tokenized to increase their liquidity and accessibility. The report also provides case studies of real-world asset tokenization projects that are currently underway.
One of the most significant contributions of the report is its analysis of the legal and regulatory frameworks surrounding the tokenization of real-world assets. The report examines the regulatory frameworks in different jurisdictions and highlights the challenges facing the adoption of cryptocurrencies in the real-world asset market.
The report also covers the various blockchain protocols that are being used to tokenize real-world assets. It provides an overview of the strengths and weaknesses of different blockchain protocols and highlights the importance of choosing the right protocol for different use cases.
Overall, the report provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of adoption of cryptocurrencies in the real-world asset market. It highlights the potential of tokenization to revolutionize the traditional financial sector and provides insights into the challenges that need to be overcome to realize this potential. The report concludes that the adoption of cryptocurrencies in the real-world asset market is still in its early stages but has tremendous potential for growth in the coming years.
- RWAs are bridging the gap between traditional finance (TradFi) and decentralized finance (DeFi) by bringing real-world assets onto the blockchain.
- The development of the RWA ecosystem is being driven by rising macro interest rates and the efficiencies and opportunities found within DeFi.
- Both DeFi native protocols and TradFi institutions are building out the RWA ecosystem, recognizing the benefits of tokenization, ease of distribution, and transparency.
- However, seamless legal, operational, and structural coordination is required between the physical and digital realms for the bridge to be viable. This requires well-defined processes and seamless information exchange.
- The RWA narrative is notable for the crypto space as it demonstrates a more interconnected world, where blockchain has real-world use cases and proves its worth as a transformative technology.
Full report is available here.
3. Institutional DeFi - The Next Generation of Finance?
This is a joint report by the Oliver Wyman Forum, DBS, Onyx by J.P. Morgan, and SBI Digital Asset Holdings. The aim of this report is to help business executives understand the potential benefits of adapting decentralized finance (DeFi) protocols in the finance industry using tokenized real-world assets. DeFi protocols are self-executing applications on a blockchain that can automate financial services such as lending and borrowing, trading, and asset management while reducing manual involvement from intermediaries. Such protocols have emerged rapidly, capturing billions of assets in the crypto-asset industry, but financial institutions need to address a number of considerations before they can use DeFi protocols at scale. This report provides insights into how DeFi can solve some of the world's toughest problems and explores innovative solutions and inspiring actions through research and analysis conducted by the Oliver Wyman Forum. It also highlights DBS's recognition for their innovative approach to shaping the future of banking using digital technologies.
“The Value of Institutional DeFi" explores the potential benefits of adapting decentralized finance (DeFi) protocols in the finance industry using tokenized real-world assets. It highlights how tokenization is already bringing new potential to money and assets, and how DeFi protocols enable new ways to deliver financial services. The section also emphasizes that safeguards are the key to Institutional DeFi, and concludes that now is the time to actively explore Institutional DeFi.
The report also explains that technology continually evolves and modernizes financial services by creating new ways of executing and recording transactions. Each step in this evolution brings new business opportunities. For example, dematerialization replaced paper certificates with digital ones in the form of electronic book-entries, fostering the rise of electronic payments and trading. That, in turn, made securitization possible, which added value to previously illiquid assets such as mortgages.
Despite recent waves of digitization, trillions of dollars’ worth of real-world assets are recorded in a multiplicity of ledgers that remain separate from messaging networks. Tokenization can help solve this problem by representing ownership rights to an asset with a digital token on a blockchain network. This allows for fractional ownership and transferability without the need for intermediaries or centralized authorities.
Tokenization can also bring new potential to money by enabling programmable money that can be used for specific purposes such as paying taxes or receiving government benefits. This can increase transparency and reduce fraud while providing greater financial inclusion for those who are unbanked or underbanked.
Overall, tokenization is already bringing new potential to money and assets by enabling fractional ownership, transferability without intermediaries or centralized authorities, programmable money, increased transparency, reduced fraud, and greater financial inclusion.
The foundation for Institutional DeFi is being established by the growth of real-world asset tokenization and the innovations observed in DeFi. Financial institutions have the opportunity to transform parts of their business by adapting DeFi protocols and combining them with the level of safeguards that regulators and clients expect. Institutional investors' appetite for digital assets is growing, and they are willing to pay extra for increased liquidity and faster transactions. Despite market downturn, 88% said they are still planning to move forward with current plans around digital assets. This section concludes that now is the time to actively explore Institutional DeFi, as it can bring significant benefits to financial institutions and their clients.
Institutional DeFi Design
This section explores how financial institutions can design Institutional DeFi solutions that fit their objectives. It emphasizes the importance of defining objectives before making design choices and highlights that there is no one-size-fits-all Institutional DeFi solution. The section provides examples of different design choices and concludes that financial institutions need to carefully consider their objectives and make design choices that fit those objectives.
Institutional DeFi Design in Action
This section provides a case study of Project Guardian, a pilot project that demonstrates how Institutional DeFi can be used to improve the efficiency and transparency of trade finance. The section explains the business objectives of Project Guardian, describes the pilot project, and highlights the benefits of using Institutional DeFi for trade finance. The section concludes that Project Guardian demonstrates the potential benefits of using Institutional DeFi for trade finance and other financial services.
Overall, the report concludes that now is the time to actively explore Institutional DeFi solutions that fit financial institutions' objectives. By adapting DeFi protocols and combining them with the level of safeguards that regulators and clients expect, financial institutions can transform parts of their business while providing greater financial inclusion for those who are unbanked or underbanked. The report provides recommendations for financial institutions on how to explore Institutional DeFi solutions while addressing regulatory compliance, risk management, and cybersecurity considerations.
Read the full report here.
4. Tokenization, The Foundation of Digital Financial Markets by Fireblocks
This whitepaper explores the potential impacts of tokenization on traditional markets, existing tokenization use cases across various markets today, and the key considerations for financial institutions to strategically position themselves to take advantage of this technology that is at the initial stages of becoming foundational to digital financial markets. The report delves into how tokenization and blockchain technology can bring efficiencies to traditional custody and settlement models, ultimately increasing access to investors for otherwise illiquid assets.
The section on "Tokenization of Traditional Assets" discusses how tokenization creates a common platform for both traditional assets and digital-native assets to interact with each other. This next phase in the evolution of digitization will fuel liquidity and access by opening the markets to a larger base of investors, driving down average transaction sizes and increasing the number of transactions resulting in higher velocity markets, more liquidity, and higher volumes. The section highlights how tokenization technology can bring efficiencies to traditional custody and settlement models, ultimately increasing access to investors for otherwise illiquid assets.
The section on "Implications for Financial Services Firms" discusses the broad and deep implications of tokenization for financial services firms and those seeking access to capital markets. It highlights that issuers will need to obtain new blockchain technologies to deliver traditional assets onto digital asset venues and exchanges. Secondary markets could create new venues to allow greater access to capital markets through centralized or decentralized exchanges and applications, including both small and large company participation. Custodians will have to evaluate their role in the safekeeping of assets given the immutability of decentralized ledgers and secure wallets, which allow for the option of direct custody (technological solutions that allow participants to directly store the asset). Investor rights could be enhanced by enabling automated communication and building in voting capabilities to smart contracts. Reducing cost will make smaller deal sizes more economic, increase the potential volume of deals, and give smaller companies access to capital markets. More transparency and greater access to on-chain and off-chain data will provide more inputs into financial modeling, creating more robust programs as machine learning and artificial intelligence continue to evolve in parallel.
This whitepaper also discusses how DBS Bank issued a tokenized bond worth SGD $15 million in 2020. The bond was issued on the DBS Digital Exchange, which is a digital asset exchange that allows for the trading of digital assets such as cryptocurrencies and security tokens. The section notes that tokenization can provide benefits such as lower size requirements and increased market participation. It also highlights that DBS Bank has a significant market share in the Singapore Dollar debt market, issuing SGD $5.85 billion in 2019.
Tokenization: The Bridge Between CeFi and DeFi section discusses how tokenization can serve as a bridge between centralized finance (CeFi) and decentralized finance (DeFi). Tokenization allows illiquid assets to be used in new ways, such as serving as collateral within the direct lending and DeFi markets. The section provides an example of Société Générale using a tokenized bond issuance to be transferred on-chain to the DeFi protocol as collateral against their borrowings of DAI tokens. The section highlights that tokenization can bring efficiencies to traditional custody and settlement models by allowing market participants to interact directly in a trustless environment, removing intermediaries and ultimately increasing efficiencies for traditional markets while providing greater access to investors for otherwise illiquid assets.
In conclusion, as the digital-native asset market continues to grow, traditional financial institutions will face increasing pressure to provide products and services that meet the changing demands of their customer base. While many institutions may not be ready to support digital-native assets such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, tokenization of traditional assets provides an opportunity to integrate wallet and blockchain technology into existing infrastructure. Enabling this integration will future-proof the infrastructure for traditional financial institutions as digital-native markets expand and traditional markets evolve.
Read the whitepaper here.
5. MONEY, TOKENS, AND GAMES Blockchain’s Next Billion Users and Trillions in Value by Citi
This is a report from Citi GPS: Global Perspectives & Solutions, which explores the potential impact of blockchain technology on various industries such as finance, gaming, and social media. It discusses the disruptive nature of blockchain and its potential to reach billions of users and trillions of dollars in economic activity. The report also features insights from industry experts and provides solutions for navigating the challenges and opportunities presented by blockchain technology.
The report introduces the concept of blockchain technology and its potential to revolutionize various industries. It highlights the opportunity presented by blockchain technology to reach billions of users who may not even realize they are using it. The report identifies digital currency, gaming, and social media as key areas where blockchain-based products can make a significant impact on consumers and emphasizes that the success of blockchain adoption will be measured by its daily use by a billion-plus end-users.
The report discusses the potential for tokenization to be a "killer use-case" for blockchain technology. Tokenization refers to the process of converting assets into digital tokens that can be traded on a blockchain network. The report forecasts that by 2030, there will be $4 trillion to $5 trillion of tokenized digital securities and $1 trillion of distributed ledger technology (DLT)-based trade finance volumes.
The report notes that almost anything of value can be tokenized, including real estate, art, and even intellectual property. Tokenization has the potential to make these assets more accessible and liquid, as they can be traded on a global market without intermediaries. The report also highlights the potential for blockchain-based tokens to disrupt traditional payment systems and financial intermediaries.
Overall, it emphasizes that tokenization is a key area where blockchain technology can drive economic growth and innovation.
“The total addressable market for tokenization could, at least theoretically, be as
high as the total value of global assets, running into the hundreds of trillions of
dollars. But do we really need everything to be on the blockchain?”
– JOHN WU, PRESIDENT OF AVA LABS5
The section "Why Tokenize Real-World Assets?" explains that tokenization of real-world assets unlocks a new way to monetize illiquid assets. The report provides an example of how a numismatist or philatelist can tokenize their rare collection of coins or stamps by fractionalizing and sharing ownership of assets with buyers across the world. This could help them retain partial ownership and also unlock liquidity. The report emphasizes that almost anything of value can be tokenized, and blockchain technology has the potential to make these assets more accessible and liquid.
Here are 5 key points from the report
- The total addressable market for tokenization could be as high as the total value of global assets, running into the hundreds of trillions of dollars
- $4 trillion to $5 trillion of tokenized digital securities are forecasted by 2030, assuming 1% of corporate and quasi-sovereign bonds, 7.5% of real estate funds, and 10% of PE / VC funds and 2% of repo, securities financing and collateral markets are tokenized
- The trade finance market could see up to $1 trillion of DLT-based volumes, or around 8%-10% of global trade finance volumes, by 2030
- Up to $5 trillion could move to newer digital money formats such as CBDCs and stablecoins by 2030, of which roughly half could be DLT- or blockchain-linked
- Tokenization of financial and #realworld assets could be the killer use case driving blockchain breakthrough with tokenization expected to grow by a factor of 80x in private markets and reach up to almost $4 trillion in value by 2030.
Overall, the report suggests that blockchain technology has the potential to drive economic growth and innovation by making assets more accessible and liquid. However, it also notes that there are challenges to widespread adoption, including regulatory uncertainty and technical limitations. The report concludes that while blockchain technology is still in its early stages, it has the potential to transform various industries in the coming years.
Read the full report here.
6. State Street’s Digital Assets and Investment Study 2022-2023
State Street commissioned Oxford Economics to conduct a survey of 300 investment institutions to examine their preparedness for incorporating digital assets and investment technology into their processes. The study covers respondents' expectations of developments in smart contracts, blockchain, and other distributed ledger technologies, and their readiness to hold and trade digitally tokenized securities. The results reveal that decentralized asset tokens are the digital asset type that respondents feel would add the most value to their portfolios, followed by cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens. About 11 percent of respondents claimed to be pioneers in using code-based smart contracts to trade tokenized versions of traditional assets on a distributed ledger/blockchain. Meanwhile, 22 percent of respondents said they were ready to do so, but had not yet, and 40 percent said they were putting strategies and relationships in place to do so.
The survey also found that executives see value in digital asset services, but their implementation plans vary. Digital distribution mechanisms, asset/fund issuance and tokenization, and digital fund administration and accounting services were the most useful digital asset services to firms. The implementation plans ranged from in-house development, outsourcing, and a mix of both. Tokenization is expected to bring benefits such as increased customization of portfolios, faster and more efficient trading, lower compliance costs, and reduced risk and transaction management costs. Most executives expect tokenization and digital trading to increase transparency and believe mainstream digital trading and tokenization will be positive from an ESG perspective. However, outsourcing is more popular than in-house implementation for distributed ledger/blockchain network creation/maintenance, smart contract generation, and digital asset prime brokerage services and collateral management.
View the survey results here.
7. Real estate security token offerings and the secondary market: Driven by crypto hype or fundamentals?
This comprehensive study, authored by J. Kreppmeier, R. Laschinger, B.I. Steininger, and M. Weber from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, and published in the Journal of Banking and Finance, delves into the potential of digital assets to revolutionize the transfer and ownership of financial instruments, specifically in the real estate industry. Focusing on real estate Security Token Offerings (STOs) in the USA between 2019 and 2021, the research analyzes the key factors contributing to their success or failure, explores the impact of secondary market trading on token liquidity and value, and investigates the influence of macroeconomic and crypto-market-specific determinants on their performance. The report presents valuable insights into the emerging field of real estate tokenization and its potential to transform the traditional real estate market.
The study analyzes the performance of real estate security token offerings (STOs) in the USA between 2019 and 2021, examining the factors that contribute to their success or failure. Here are some of the key findings of the study:
- The success of real estate STOs is positively related to the quality of the project description provided to investors. A detailed project description is a positive quality signal for an investor, which prompts an investment and can increase the success of an offering.
- The success of real estate STOs is positively related to the number of pictures provided to investors. The more detailed and larger the number of pictures, the more realistic and accurate the presentation of the potential investment is for an investor.
- The success of real estate STOs is positively related to the use of blockchain technology. The use of blockchain technology can increase transparency, reduce transaction costs, and improve the liquidity of real estate tokens.
- The success of real estate STOs is negatively related to the size of the offering. Smaller offerings tend to perform better than larger offerings, possibly due to the higher level of scrutiny and due diligence required for larger offerings.
- The success of real estate STOs is positively related to the level of investor protection provided by the regulatory framework. A clear and comprehensive regulatory framework can increase investor confidence and attract more investment to real estate STOs.
- The success of real estate STOs is influenced by macroeconomic and crypto-market-specific determinants, such as interest rates, inflation, and the price of Bitcoin. These factors can affect the demand for real estate tokens and the liquidity of the secondary market.
- The study has practical and policy implications for regulators and policymakers. The findings contribute to the objectives of global crypto regulations for better financial stability, innovative digital finance solutions, and investor protection.
In conclusion, the study provides valuable insights into the performance of real estate security token offerings (STOs) in the USA between 2019 and 2021. The study finds that the success of real estate STOs is influenced by various factors, including the quality of the project description, the use of blockchain technology, the size of the offering, and the level of investor protection provided by the regulatory framework. Additionally, macroeconomic and crypto-market-specific determinants, such as interest rates, inflation, and the price of Bitcoin, can affect the demand for real estate tokens and the liquidity of the secondary market. The study has practical and policy implications for regulators and policymakers, highlighting the need for a clear and comprehensive regulatory framework to increase investor confidence and attract more investment to real estate STOs. Overall, the study contributes to the literature on blockchain technology and the economics of digital assets, providing valuable insights for investors, regulators, and policymakers.
Read the full report here.
The 3 Tokenization Models in Market
The STO market was born in 2018. Since then, there has been significant growth and progress around the world. However, until recently there has only been 2 models available for an investment firm that would like to issue an STO.
The first model is called token issuance and it is a pure service offering with the value proposition being that an asset owner can use the token issuance company, a technology only company, to issue the STO on behalf of the owner. This was the first model in the industry and provided some value, however, as STOs are securities, most investment firms are looking for additional licensed services needed in the issuance and trading of a security such as broker-dealers, exchanges or custodians (note these all require financial licenses and are regulated activities for STOs). Token issuance alone is not the end game.
The second model we call the security token exchange model, and it brings the technology and necessary licenses to facilitate the life cycle management of issuing and trading an STO. Think of this model as a “tokenized version” of the traditional stock exchange, where there are lots of services and fees, and asset owners must send their assets and their investors to the exchange. Many STO exchanges are also built on private blockchains and are disconnected from the entire ecosystem of digital currencies, cryptocurrencies and other innovations from the Decentralized Finance industry, which all use public blockchains. This model adds value but again is not the end game.
The third model, and in our opinion, the far superior model, is “Licensed” Tokenization SaaS (Software as a Service). You reap the benefits of both of the above models “token issuance” and “security token exchange”, without the disadvantages. Additionally you receive the added features of customization and control over your assets and investors, this is key. You can utilize broker-dealer, OTC and exchange services without needing licenses of your own. It is the best of both worlds and the end game from a market solution perspective.
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