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Chainlink and Arta TechFin Advance Blockchain Tokenization of Real-World Assets

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  • Chainlink expands partnership with Arta TechFin to tokenize real-world assets, enhancing digital market accessibility and integrity.
  • Tokenization could transform liquidity by converting real assets like real estate into easily tradable digital tokens.

Chainlink, has recently expanded its collaboration with Arta TechFin, a Hong Kong-based asset management and financial services firm. This partnership is centered on bringing real-world assets onto the blockchain, specifically focusing on tokenization and cross-chain transactions.

Eddie Lau, CEO of Arta TechFin, emphasized that this collaboration addresses a market need for a comprehensive solution that covers the entire spectrum from off-chain originations and secondary market trading to improving product integrity. The broader objective is to introduce a seamless bridge between tangible assets and digital markets.

Tokenization, as defined by Chainlink, involves converting real-world assets into digital tokens that can represent ownership or stakes in physical assets such as real estate or collectibles. These tokens can then be bought, sold, or traded electronically.

With an estimated global value of $867 trillion in real-world assets, tokenization is seen as a method to increase the velocity of money, essentially making traditionally non-liquid assets more accessible and easier to transact.

Real estate, often characterized by its lack of liquidity and cumbersome transaction processes, stands as a prime candidate for tokenization. In the U.S., a typical real estate transaction without a direct cash purchase can take one to two months to close. Subsequent processes, such as reselling or equity access, are also noted for their lengthy and complex procedures.

Chainlink aims to streamline these transactions using its real-time price feeds and the Cross-Chain Interoperability Protocol (CCIP), which enhances the oracle network’s ability to communicate with other blockchains and facilitate asset transfers across different chains.


In recent developments, SWIFT, the global interbank messaging service, has partnered with Chainlink to explore the feasibility of transferring values across blockchain protocols.

Additionally, Chainlink has embarked on a pilot program with the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) and major banking institutions like BNY Mellon, JP Morgan, and Edward Jones. 

The pilot’s primary objective was to migrate bank fund data onto the blockchain, paving the way for broader asset tokenization.

While Chainlink is a prominent figure in this arena, it is not alone in its efforts to integrate real-world assets into the blockchain. Ripple Labs has also been actively forming partnerships with significant financial entities such as JPMorgan, Santander, and IBM. 

These collaborations focus on tokenizing a variety of assets, including real estate, stocks, mortgages, and bonds, indicating a growing industry trend towards the digital representation of physical assets on blockchain platforms.

This expanding network of partnerships and pilot programs underscores a shift towards integrating blockchain technology with traditional financial structures, potentially transforming how assets are managed and transacted globally.

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Isai Alexei
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