Decentralising the “risk-of-theft” of a token (digital asset)

The blockchain decentralises the “risk-of-theft” of a token (digital asset), reducing the need for a trusted third-party. The utility of the blockchain can be thought of as a decentralised auditing solution for digital assets.

Decentralising the “risk-of-theft” of the metal (physical asset)

The use of multiple competing service providers decentralises the “risk-of-theft” of the metal (physical asset), because the collateralised asset is audited by independent parties and stored across multiple warehousing companies globally (i.e. decentralised). Integrity and security is paramount at Tiberius as we are regulated by FINMA (Switzerland) and the SEC (USA).

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