Check out ICP Chairman/CEO, Pat O’Meara on the ‘Off the Chain’ podcast and the FinTech Connect Conference in London
at the intersection of:
- Capital Markets
- Distributed Ledger (DLT)
- Big Data
Inveniam.io is a SaaS platform where:
- Financial professionals digitize securities
- DLT captures & validates data
- Securities connect ownership to data
Inveniam.io uses distributed ledger technology (DLT) to connect notarized data to digital tokens, which represent proof of ownership of assets. These tokens also act as the key to unlock access to all the DFI’s documentation. Utilizing DLT, Inveniam.io provides the ability to track and notarize the performance of the underlying asset and the DFI, validate the data using a simple AI algorithm against like assets, and to report on a short interval basis if the data is within standard deviation.
This tracking of the operational and experiential performance of the underlying asset is combined with the reporting of the financial and legal performance. These continual audits are the foundation for real-time pricing, risk assessment, and credit evaluation of illiquid private assets.
Inveniam.io facilitates the ability for financial professionals to socialize and market private deals, relate asset and transaction performance against other like assets, and to settle and clear trades far more efficiently than is currently possible. Moreover, the Inveniam.io platform provides asset holders the capability to hold private illiquid assets on their balance sheets with greater clarity as to their market value and capital at risk.
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