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Revolutionizing Shareholder Participation: Aktionariat's New Feature Enables Seamless Digital Votings

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The Future of Private Equity is Tokenized (Why to Tokenize Shares now)

BlackRock CEO Larry Fink's vision of the future involves tokenization of securities, a concept that could revolutionize markets and offer an edge to SMEs and Startups, including the 99% of Swiss companies that don't trade shares publicly due to cost and administrative hurdles. Tokenization, a process that creates digital representation of a company's shares on a blockchain, presents an opportunity to simplify accounting, increase transparency, and streamline transactions. It eliminates intermediaries like market makers, making private equity investment accessible to retail investors. Tokenization also makes trading of small companies' shares viable through Automated Market Makers (AMM), increasing liquidity in the market. Firms like Aktionariat AG are taking advantage of this technology, creating platforms like the Brokerbot for liquid trading of tokenized shares, ultimately giving companies more control over their share offerings.

Tokenized Shares help Shareholders from Fundraising till Exit

The Classic Exit is Over: New Alternatives for Startups

Explore how tokenized shares are transforming the relationship between startups and investors. Discover the benefits of streamlined fundraising, increased liquidity, and improved investor relations. Learn about Switzerland's supportive regulatory framework and the potential of blockchain technology. Request a free demo to explore the game-changing advantages of tokenized shares and the Brokerbot for your startup.

Decentralized Blockchain Transactions or VC Funds are not Mutually Exclusive

Beyond Banks: Embracing the Blockchain Era of Transactions

Discover how blockchain technology has revolutionized the financial system, replacing intermediaries with smart contracts and offering faster, more secure, and cost-effective transactions. Explore the benefits of decentralization, increased transparency, and inclusivity for a better financial future.

Crowdinvesting and Tokenized Shares can be an Interesting Alternative to Traditional Shares

Can You Make Money with Crowdinvesting?

Looking to explore digital alternatives to traditional investments? Dive into the world of crowdinvesting and discover the advantages and disadvantages from an investor's perspective. From tokenized shares to easy and secure trading on dedicated platforms, learn how private investors can benefit from this growing trend. Uncover the reasons behind the boom of crowd-based systems, including online crowdsourcing and the fintech revolution. Compare crowdinvesting to traditional investments, weighing the benefits of diversification against the higher risks. Find out how crowdinvesting works, why it appeals to companies with strong communities and startups, and explore real-life success stories. Discover the potential returns of crowdinvesting and learn essential tips for informed investing. Stay informed about tokenized shares and be among the first to participate in the exciting world of crowdinvesting. Sign up now for free and make your favorite company part of your investment portfolio.

A Graph Showing a Successful Crowdinvesting with Tokenized Shares

3-Step-Model to a Successful Crowdinvesting

Crowdinvesting campaigns require meticulous planning and active participation from the entire management team and employees. Key steps for a successful crowdinvesting include personal posts by executives, a significant reveal about the crowdinvesting, a well-prepared landing page for early investors, engaging Q&A sessions, and sharing captivating behind-the-scenes content. Optional actions such as press releases and reaching out to journalists can further enhance visibility. During the launch, celebrating across multiple channels, hosting an office party, or organizing a special event can amplify engagement. Post-launch, ongoing communication with new shareholders, providing support, and addressing their inquiries are vital. Discover how to prepare for a thriving crowdinvesting campaign and maximize your chances of success.

Traditional Shares are Replaced by Tokenized Shares

New Ways of Investing: From Physical to Digital to Tokenized Assets

The history of investing begins in the Middle Ages, and over time, the evolution of stock trading has led to the digitization of securities, enabling electronic registration and buying and selling. With the blockchain, the trading of securities has been revolutionized, making tokenization of assets possible, thereby finally compensating for the disadvantages of previous securities trading. Tokenization of assets enables the storage, transfer, and management of original assets without a third party, giving true ownership of securities to any person, enabling seamless, liquid, and transparent trading. In this article, we explore why the tokenization of assets is the logical next step in the evolution of investing.

A Brokerbot to Sell and Buy Tokenized Shares

Alternatives to VC-Funds: Crowdinvesting for Startups and SMEs

Looking for financing options for your company? Consider crowdinvesting as a promising alternative to traditional options like crowdfunding or venture capital. Learn about the advantages of this innovative approach through tokenized shares and automated markets, and how it can help your business grow. Discover the differences between crowdinvesting and crowdfunding, and the benefits of this financing option for both companies and investors.

An Airdrop of Tokenized Shares

Dividends and Airdrops: Use Cases, Differences and Similarities

Dividends refer to the distribution of a company's profits to shareholders, usually in cash or additional shares of stock. Airdrops refer to the distribution of a cryptocurrency or token to a large number of wallet addresses. Airdrops are typically associated with cryptocurrencies, whereas dividends are associated with traditional stocks. Airdrops are usually given for free, dividends are paid for ownership in a company. A company can use the airdrop functionality to distribute dividends, more shares or other tokens to incentivize behavior.

Security Tokens are Transferred on the Blockchain and Visualized on the Portfolio App

From IPO to STO: Differences and Opportunities

Cryptocurrencies are Sold for Fiat Money on the Mobile Phone: Step-by-step Guide

How to Sell Crypto for Fiat Money (CHF): Step-by-Step Guide

Selling cryptocurrencies for regular Swiss Francs used to be a painstaking endeavor. Luckily, this is not the case anymore. Read this article and learn how to convert crypto to fiat money in less than five minutes.

SIX Digital Exchange Partners with Aktionariat

SIX Digital Exchange partners with Aktionariat

SIX Digital Exchange partners with Aktionariat in an endeavor to make tokenized assets bankable.

Hot, Cold and Hybrid Wallets for Cryptocurrencies

Wallets for Cryptocurrencies: An Overview.

There is a wide variety of wallets for cryptocurrencies, all of which have certain advantages and disadvantages, mostly resulting from a compromise between ease of use and security. In its simplest form, a wallet consists of a private key and a public address derived from it. A compromise between highest security standards and usability are hardware wallets with certain smart features.

Optimism is a Second Layer on top of Ethereum

Reasons for Optimism: Aktionariat supports optimistic roll-up protocol

This blog post explains Layer-2 scaling solutions and the optimistic roll-up protocol. Background: high gas fees in 2021 and relatively low throughput on the Ethereum blockchain. Scaling solution: Optimism Layer-2 rollup as a means to reduce gas fees (transaction cost) and increase transaction speed (throughput). Tool upgrades: Aktionariat‘s security token, dashboard, Brokerbot, widgets, and mobile wallet are now compatible with Optimism.

Uniswap and Brokerbot are Automated Market Makers

About the superiority of uniswap-style markets over traditional order books

Traditional stock markets are organised around order books. This works well as long as the company who's shares are traded is well-known. However, it doesn't work for small- and medium sized companies. Automated market makers (AMM), like the ones used on Uniswap change the way of matching buy and sell orders fundamentally. Based on the logic of liquidity pools, Aktionariat came up with their own interpretation of a uniswap-style market which they call Brokerbot. It enables small- and medium sized companies to have their own liquid and efficient market. Last but not least, it allows everybody to invest in historically inaccessible private Swiss companies that used to be hard to price.

Luzius Meisser Giving a Speech About the New Blockchain Law in Switzerland

Luzius Meisser introduces Switzerland’s new blockchain law

Ein Server und der Pionier in Tokenisierten Aktien Luzius Meisser

Können Kryptowährungen das Immobiliengeschäft revolutionieren?

The Swiss Blockchain Law Brings Clarity and Attracts new Investors

New Swiss blockchain law set to attract investors, entrepreneurs

The new DLT-Law in Switzerland Brings Clarity

Federal Council enables crypto-securities

Aktionariat Tokenizes Shares on the Ethereum Blockchain

Aktionariat AG mints its first crypto-shares

Shareholders Talking at the General Assembly

Scalable Shareholder Relations

A Laptop Showing the Corporate Dashboard from Aktionariat

New Feature deployed on the Brokerbot: Payment via bank transfer

A Graph Showing Tokenized Shares from Servicehunter AG and their Positive Performance

quitt. shares are on the blockchain and ready to be traded

Group of People that Participated in a Crowdinvesting and are now Voting at the General Assembly

General Assembly & Get-Together 2021

Chart of whitelisting and how it impacts the price of an asset

How efficient is whitelisting?

Whitelisting provides more control but might come at its own price.

Comparison of Aktionariat Tokenized Shares versus other Tokens like Tether

Security Token Benchmark: Aktionariat Tokens More Efficient than USDT