Tokenization is the first step in the creation of the digital Euro. Radoslav Albrecht shows how the blockchain technology combined with tokenization create high settlement efficiency, reduce counterparty risk with t+0 settlement, decrease in complexity and cost for storage, and higher secondary liquidity. Radoslav Albrecht the founder and CEO of Bitbond, an entrepreneur in the space of tokenization, talks about the digital Euro, why it is necessary, how to create it, and possible use cases in his 6-part lecture.
Blockchain allows the tokenization of assets and securities, e.g. bonds. However, while the settlement of these tokenized assets is almost immediate, however, in the traditional payment world, the settlement still takes t+2. The digital Euro allows instant settlement time of both assets and payments. Furthermore, blockchain eliminates other inefficiencies in security transactions. Radoslav Albrecht the founder and CEO of Bitbond, an entrepreneur in the space of tokenization, talks about the digital Euro, why it is necessary, how to create it, and possible use cases in his 6-part lecture.
Tokenization requires a protocol that is suited to issue new tokens. Radoslav Albrecht compares several well-known blockchain protocols, shows the differences between public and private as well as permissionless and permissioned protocols, and evaluates which protocols are suited for tokenization.
The digital Euro can be structured as emoney and therefore requires a banking license. Radoslav Albrecht outlines the requirements for banks who intend to issue a digital Euro and shares further resources to assist in the process.
Tokens require custody - the same is true for the digital Euro. A wallet is necessary to enable its owners to interact. Radoslav Albrecht shows the status quo of digital assets and how it grows similar to internet users, how public and private keys compare to the traditional banking infrastructure relying on IBANs, and why security, compliance, and convenience are key for successful custody solutions.
After establishing how the digital Euro of commercial banks can become a widely adopted reality, Radoslav Albrecht introduces several use cases that highlight the value of the digital Euro: An end-to-end securitization platform and tokenization of real estate financing.
Radoslav Albrecht is the founder and CEO of Bitbond, an entrepreneur in the space of tokenization. Together with Stefan Schmitt he talks about the digital Euro, why it is necessary, how Bitbond helps to realize the digital Euro and what possible applications are.
Radoslav Albrecht is the founder & CEO of Bitbond, a leading company in the fields of asset tokenization and digital asset custody technology. Before founding Bitbond, Radoslav worked for Roland Berger Strategy Consultants and advised banks in Europe and Western Africa in restructuring and post-merger integrations. Prior to that Radoslav was with Deutsche Bank London in sales & trading of structured products. You can contact him via: