About KNL Platform Aug 07, 2019
Tokenization in agriculture and production:
We consider tokenization as the future of the investment business. How do we do this? We convert asset rights to a digital token on the blockchain. As you already know, this is safe, we spend less time on transactions, we get lower costs and independence from corporate and centralized intermediaries.
We propose making security tokens: asset-backed tokens a new financial tool for reviewing and updating the asset-backed securities market. This is well suited for all real economic assets. We are not affected by any borders or standards of the country, which means that you can contact your investors in any part of the world, and as an investor you can invest anywhere you want.
A new era for agriculture:
In agriculture, we will cite as an example the wheat tokenization of one of the agricultural enterprises of the Southern Federal District. How will the asset (wheat) become tokenized? Each token will be supported by 100 kg. wheat stored in elevators accredited by the KNL site and credited to our company’s trading account.
Thanks to the proceeds from the sale of tokens, the farmer can increase the sown area, start processing agricultural products, acquire elite varieties of seeds and fertilizers while receiving a higher yield and more stable cash flows. For investors, including retail, it becomes possible to invest in raw materials assets from anywhere in the world without minimum inputs and earn income.
The Kernel-Trade platform will provide investors with detailed and up-to-date information on assets based on advanced technologies. Increased transparency is only part of the benefits that the Kernel-Trade platform brings, as the main goal is to increase cash flows and stability. Advanced innovative technologies will be applied using EDI to obtain reliable raw data on assets and agricultural enterprises, the maximum amount of data using artificial intelligence (AI) for high-quality and objective processing of the collected data. This type of investment could be a turning point for developing agricultural countries,