September 25, 2022

Study: Tokenized illiquid assets will reach $16 trillion by 2030

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Study: Tokenized illiquid assets will reach $16 trillion by 2030

Much of the world's wealth is held in illiquid assets, and according to the Boston Consulting Group and ADDX, $16.1 trillion in illiquid assets will be tokenized by 2030.

Illiquid assets are assets thatIt is difficult enough to sell, for example, real estate, stocks of companies before the listing on the stock exchanges, private debt bonds, various pension bonds, physical art objects and exotic drinks. What makes such assets illiquid is the high cost for the mass investor, the lack of experts among asset managers, limited access, regulatory problems, and a number of other factors. However, the tokenization of illiquid assets can solve most of these problems.

Study: Tokenized illiquid assets will reach $16 trillion by 2030

In their report, analysts, includingBCG managing director Sumit Kumar and ADDX digital exchange co-founder Darius Liu write that in 2022 the volume of tokenized illiquid assets will be about $310 billion. At the same time, the figure will grow and by 2030 will reach $16.1 trillion. The authors of the report noted that this is a “very conservative forecast”, since the volume of tokenized illiquid assets could reach $68 trillion by 2030.

Previously, the Colombian authorities spoke about the land tokenization project, but at the moment the project has been suspended.