Norilsk Nickel began testing a platform for trading tokens secured by metal.
On digital the platform, customers will be able to purchase tokens secured by real assets - in this case, metals - and then exchange them for physical reserves.
Details about the official launch of the digital platformNornickel plans to announce in the spring of 2020. According to Potanin, the launch may take place in the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Switzerland or Singapore, since Russia has not yet adopted a law on digital financial assets.
The news is very interesting, because precious metals can be purchased in Russia in the following ways:
1) Purchase a bullion in a jar;
2) Buy investment coins;
3) Open a depersonalized metal account (OMS);
4) Investment in mutual funds that invest in precious metals;
5) Metal trading on the exchange.
The tokens issued on the blockchain look veryinteresting. Another question: can anyone buy a Potanin token, for example, for BTC, or will the token be available only to a limited circle of people ?!
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