With Traditional Markets in Turmoil, AlphaPoint Transforms Assets – Bitcoin Magazine

This is a sponsored article provided by AlphaPoint.

In 2013, blockchain technology was in its earliest stages. The Bitcoin white paper, ushering in this underlying technology along with the world’s first cryptocurrency, had been published only five years before and was just beginning to gain traction in the wider world. At this dawning moment, AlphaPoint began its own journey to decentralize assets of all kinds and transform the traditional market into one that is more secure, transparent and suited for the future.

AlphaPoint is a white label exchange and brokerage technology service that has reached more than 150 customers across 35 countries, ultimately serving more than 1 million end users and facilitating more than 100 million yearly trades for its clients. In this way, it is a proven and established portal for accessing the future of wealth, asset ownership and decentralization by facilitating the tokenization of assets and launch of needed marketplaces.

“Our white label exchange software means that we have developed software that our customers can use to launch their own exchanges and brokerages around the world quickly and with their own branding,” explained AlphaPoint CEO Igor Telyatnikov. “We were pioneers in the industry and were the first to provide such a solution in this space almost seven years ago.”

The Advantages of Decentralized Assets

Among the customers who have taken advantage of AlphaPoint’s offerings to build novel token economies is First Bullion. Operating under regulations from the Cagayan Special Economic Zone (CEZA) in the Philippines, First Bullion is leveraging tokenization to open up a traditional asset market, enabling more fluidity, efficiency and inclusivity in the network and expanding investor participation. It has conducted a successful token raise for a plantation of agarwood — one of the most precious and expensive natural resources in the world.

By unlocking new value creation opportunities, and by simply…

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